We finally got past the set up process on our CloudBook and the next problem we encountered was simply getting online. Neither the printed quick setup guide nor the setup program help you configure wireless networking. I admit to not having used a recent version of Gnome so I had no idea where to go to find the wireless setup.After clicking various icons on the screen, I figured out that the icon in the upper right corner controls the wireless. Our office router has WEP encryption, but unfortunately we couldn’t get onto our network, despite trying all four WEP settings. Finally, we gave up and logged into an insecure router we detected in our building. Even that took a couple of tries. At first glance, it looked like the CloudBook did not have WPA encryption as an option, because it’s not listed as an option when you click on the wireless icon. WPA and WPA2 do show up on the list of options when you navigate to System>Administration>Network.