Wireless Access in the Court
The Utah Courts offer free wireless access in the following courthouses:
Network Name and Details
The court's network name is Pathway
Pathway uses a 40 bit ascii key. Some wireless managers use 64 or 128 bit keys. The Microsoft wireless manager for Windows 2000 and XP allows 40 bit keys; you may need to switch to the Microsoft wireless manager. No password is required.
Restrictions on Use
Please note that some content may be blocked, and bandwidth is limited for streaming audio and video. You will be required to agree to the following Wireless Internet Usage Policy.
Wireless Internet Usage Policy
Utah State Courts offers wireless access to the Internet for users with their own laptops or PDAs. Utah State Courts recognizes the privacy of the user and does not monitor the information or sites accessed by users.
Security in an electronic environment such as the Internet cannot be guaranteed and users are warned that all transactions and communications are vulnerable to unauthorized use. Utah State Courts assumes no responsibility for any damage, direct or indirect, arising from users' use of particular sites.
Utah State Courts has no control over information available through the Internet and assumes no responsibility for the content, availability or accuracy of information provided by other agencies or institutions.
Users must be sensitive to the values and beliefs of others when displaying potentially controversial information or images on computer screens located in public areas. Some websites or material may be blocked due to content.
All users are expected to use the Utah State Courts Wireless Service in a responsible and courteous way. By using this wireless service, you agree to this Wireless Internet Usage Policy.
The Utah State Courts mission is to provide the people an open, fair, efficient, and independent system for the advancement of justice under the law.