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Find Your Wireless WEP, WPA, WPA2 Password

Windows 8: From the Start screen, point to the upper-right corner of the screen, move the pointer down, and then click Settings. Click the wireless network icon. Select Show Characters to see the wireless network password. Swipe on from the right edge of the screen, and click Search.

Find the password in Windows

In the search box, enter view network connections , and in the search results click View network connections. Click Wireless Properties. Click the Security tab, and select Show characters. The password for the wireless network is displayed in the Network security key field. Get information, documentation, videos and more for your specific product.

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If you need to find your network's WPA2 key because you are unable to connect to it using your Mac's AirPort menu, connect the Mac to the router with an Ethernet cable to log in to the configuration page and recover the WPA2 key. Consult the router's instruction manual for more information. References 2 Ask Dave Taylor!: Northwestern University Information Technology: Set Up Wireless for Mac.

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