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How to forget and Reconnect to a Wireless Network


Forgetting a network

  1. Select the Network icon on the lower right corner of your screen.
  2. Select Network settings.
  3. Select Manage Wi-Fi settings.
  4. Under Manage known networks, select the network you want to delete.
  5. Select Forget. The wireless network profile is deleted.

Manually Connect to WiFi in Windows 10

  1. Select the Windows Start button in the lower left corner.
  2. Select Settings.
  3. Select Network & Internet. The Status window will open.
  4. Click Network and Sharing Center. This is the second link from the bottom of the page. The Network and Sharing Center window will open.
  5. Select Set up a new connection or network. 
  6. Select Manually connect to a wireless network in the Set Up a Connection or Network wizard
  7. Select Next
  8. Network Name: UNF-Wireless
  9. Select WPA2-Enterprise from the Security type dropdown menu
  10. Enter the Security key (UNF ID password) for this wireless network.
  11. Check or uncheck Connect automatically for what you want to set for this wireless network when it's within range.
  12. Check or uncheck Connect even if this network is not broadcasting its SSID for what you want for this wireless network. You would want to check this box if this is a hidden wireless network.
  13. Select Change connection settings. NOTE: If you receive a prompt saying the network already exists, try to "Forget" the network in WiFi Settings > Manage WiFi Networks, or attempt to use a different name.
  14. Click the Security tab in the Wireless Network Properties window