**** UPDATE**** I was able to successfully join a wpa2 enterprise wifi while connected to my phone. I then turned off bluetooth on my phone and the watch connected automatically to the wifi. However, I tried it again later and now it won't connect anymore. I even went to settings -> wifi and made sure it was seeing the wpa2 enterprise wifi, but no go. No issues with non-enterprise wifi. I then restarted my watch and was able to connect to the enterprise network again. Sounds like we have a bug here. **** UPDATE**** Has anyone successfully joined a Wpa2 Enterprise Wifi network? This issue is only with Wpa2 Enterprise that requires a login and password. I have no issues with standard wpa2 wifi that uses a passphrase. My observations: I am not able to connect. I tried both ways (1) Connect using my iphone first, but the credentials do not get passed on to the watch. (2) Use the watch to directly connect to the wifi, but it keeps saying I have the wrong password. The only possible cause I can think of is that when I join the particular Wpa2 Enterprise wifi using my phone or a laptop, it will prompt me to trust it's certificate. Maybe the watch has no way to trust the certificate or I need to import it in somehow?