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Q: How to Forget a Wi-Fi Network on Windows 10

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You may need to Forget MIT Secure if you recently changed your Kerberos password. Windows 10 keeps trying the saved password to connect to the MIT Secure wireless network, but that is not your current password, so it fails to connect.


You need to Forget the wireless network and then reconnect:

  1. Press the Windows Key
  2. Type "wifi"
  3. Click on Change Wi-Fi Settings
  4. Click on Manage Wi-Fi Settings
  5. Scroll to bottom
  6. Click on MIT Secure
  7. Click Forget
  8. Click on Wireless symbol in System Tray
  9. Select MIT Secure
  10. Login

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March 11, 2021

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