Add Devices to the ISE Server

Manage my Devices Feature

ISE is set up to ensure the best experience for each user. Because of this, users typically need to login after 24 hours of accessing "UST Open."

However, you can add your device or computer to our ISE server, using your Mac Address, to have un-interuppted access capabilities.

To do this, find your Mac Address (instructions below) then login to here and enter the requested information.

Find my Mac Address

If you device is not listed, you can always call the Tech Desk for assistance at (651) 962-6230 or e-mail us at techdesk@stthomas.edu. 

Mac OS X

  1. From the Apple menu, select System Preferences.
  2. Select Network.
  3. In the left of the "Network" window that opens, click the name of your connection  (Most likely Wi-Fi)
  4. Click Advanced.
  5. The Mac aaddress is the string of letters and numbers at the bottom of the advanced window, probably entitled: "Wi-Fi  Address."

Windows 7

  1. Press your start menu and begin typing: "CMD" then press enter.
  2. A black "command prompt" box will open. Type in "GETMAC" then press enter.
  3. Your Mac Address will appear as your Physical Address.

Windows 8 and 8.1

  1. Press the Windows Start key to open the Start screen.
  2. Type cmd and press Enter to launch the command prompt.
  3. Type "GetMAC" in the command prompt box.
  4. Your Mac Address will appear as the "Physical Address."

iOS (Apple iPhone, iPad, etc.)

  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Go to General.
  3. Go to About.
  4. Scroll down and it is titled "Wi-Fi Address."

PlayStation 3

  1. Start up your PlayStation 3 without a disk in the drive.
  2. Find the System Settings icon and select the X.
  3. Click System Information and press the X
  4. Your Mac Address will display.

PlayStation 4

  1. Once the machine is on, use the arrow pad and press up
  2. From there, scroll right and select Settings
  3. Scroll to the bottom and select System
  4. Select System Information

Xbox 360

  1. Go to My Xbox in the Xbox Dashboard and select System Settings.
  2. Click Network Settings, Configure Network.
  3. Select Advanced Settings from the Additional Settings tab, then select Alternate Mac Address.
  4. At the bottom of this screen you'll see a heading called Wired MA.

Xbox One

  1. Ensure you are signed into your profile, navigate to My Games & Apps. (Skip this step if you are not signed into a profile)
  2. Select Settings.
  3. Select Network.
  4. Select Advanced Settings.
  5. Your Mac Address should appear for both Wired and Wireless.

Nintendo 3DS XL

  1. Open system settings from the home screen (wrench icon)
  2. Select ‘Internet Settings’
  3. Select ‘Other Information’
  4. ‘Confirm MAC Address’

Wii

Nintendo Wii requires a USB to ethernet network adapter in order to work with our network. An example of where to buy one is located here but can be purchased at a number of locations.

Wii U

  1. Open system settings from the home screen (wrench icon)
  2. Select the ‘Internet’ widget – first option displayed
  3. Select ‘view MAC Address’

Amazon Fire TV Stick

  1. From the home screen, scroll all the way down to Settings
  2. Select ‘System’
  3. Select ‘About’
  4. Scroll down to ‘Network’ and the MAC address will be displayed on the right

Samsung Blu-ray Player

  1. Open Settings
  2. Select ‘Network’
  3. Select ‘Network Test’ – the MAC address should appear along with a list of items