Follow the step-by-step tutorial to connect to uog-wifi-secure for Windows XP.
Note: Windows XP SP2 users should download and install hot Fix to support third party radius servers (Microsoft KB885453).
Make sure that “Network Authentication” is set to “WPA2″ (or “WPA2-Enterprise” if it is listed as an option).
We've been able to access the router connection without problem.
Then, last night, we got the internet hooked up again.
In the "Protected EAP Properties" window deselect the "Validate server certificate" option.
Select the "Select Authentication Method" option: Secured password (EAP-MSCHAPv2))Then click the "Configure..." button near by Select Authentication Method option.
He can connect to other signals, just not our home signal, which we've left unsecured while we try to figure this out.