We have a serviced office and the company that provides the Wifi service only gives out a unique username and password and an .EXE file for Windows users to configure the Wifi connection, which is of type WPA-EAP. They don't support Linux. Strangely, MacBooks are able to connect to the Wifi with no additional configuration.
This made me think that it's using LEAP, but I tried to configure the connection for LEAP in Linux with the same username and password, but it kept failing to connect and asking for my password again and again. It's possible that this live USB doesn't have the right software installed for LEAP, or it's also possible I suppose that the Wifi won't let 2 laptops connect with the same username and password.
I couldn't figure out how to get the Macbook to dump its Wifi connection information so that I could configure the Linux laptop to connect as the same user. How might I do that?