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We’ve made some changes and it is now easier to “Log on @ the Library”…no account number or PIN necessary. 

Just connect to LIBRARY PUBLIC WI FI.  When the blue screen appears read the text and touch ACCESS to begin.  (Note: The ease of access means you will not be able to print from your mobile device.)

What Equipment do I Need?

Laptop computer, PDA, or other device with a wireless network interface card and a charged battery. There are a limited number of electrical outlets available.

How Secure is the Wireless Connection?

Information sent to or from your wireless device can be captured by anyone else with a wireless device and the appropriate software.

Is Technical Support Available with My Wireless Connection or Personal Device?

For further assistance in getting connected to the library’s wireless, see and employee at any Ask Here or Computer Center desk.

We are not able to assist with connection problems that are due to your device’s settings, firewall or viruses.

Is Printing Available?

Not from a wireless device.  To print in the library you will need to save your material to a USB and go to the Computer Lab on the Third Floor to use a library computer.  You do need a library card, computer access card or $1 day pass to use library computers.  If what you need to print is not something you can save, then you will need to redo your search and work using one of the library’s computers in the Computer Lab on the Third Floor to be able to print.

How Do I Set Up My Computer?

You likely will not need to change your computer’s settings to connect; simply launch your web browser and touch ACCESS when the blue screen appears. If you cannot connect immediately, use the following troubleshooting tips.

Browser/Window Configuration

Windows 7

  • Open Connect to a Network by clicking the network icon in the notification area.
  • In the list of available wireless networks, click on Library Public Wi-Fi, and then click Connect.
  • Open your web browsing software to connect to the internet.

Windows Vista

  • From Control Panel, open Network and Internet. Select Connect to the Internet, then select
    Wireless – Connect using a wireless network.
  • Right-click Network Connection Manager, located on the bottom right-hand corner of the screen.
  • Select Library Public Wi-Fi, and press Connect.

Windows XP

  • Right click on Wireless Network Connection and select View Available Wireless Networks.
  • Select Library Public Wi-Fi, and press Connect.

If You Use Internet Explorer 7.0

The web page may display “There is a problem with this website’s security certificate.” If so, click Continue to this website (not recommended.)

Limitations & Disclaimers

  • Laramie County Library System (LCLS) cannot guarantee that you will make a wireless connection.
  • LCLS assumes no responsibility for the safety of equipment or for laptop configurations, security, or data loss resulting from connection to the library’s network.
  • LCLS is not responsible for any changes you make to your computer’s settings and cannot guarantee your hardware will work with our wireless connection.
  • By using LCLS’ wireless connectivity, you agree to abide by the Code of Conduct and Internet Policy, which will be presented when you log in.