How To: Forget the Wireless Network on your computer
If you cannot log in to eduroam and may have previously entered a different password or username or accidentally entered an incorrect password or username, try forgetting wireless networks allow your computer to reset some settings, such as usernames, passwords, or configurations that may allow you to reconnect again. Follow the instructions below to learn how to forget a wireless network.
You can also reconfigure which networks are connected to first by clicking and dragging the WiFi network to the top of this list.
1. Click on the Wi-Fi symbol on your task bar at the bottom of the screen.
2. Click on the Network & Internet Settings link
3. Once that has opened, select the Wi-Fi choice on the left, and then click Manage Known Networks on the right.
4. From there, click on the network you wish to remove to open the options, and then click Forget.
5. Once you have done that, you can close that window, and click on the Wi-Fi symbol on your taskbar and try signing into the nework again.
If you have Windows 8.1 Update installed, which was released for free to all Windows 8.1 users as of April 8th 2014, then you have one more way of forgetting a wireless network. This method doesn't work on Windows 8.1 devices without this update.
Open PC Settings and go to Network .
In the Connections section, look for Wi-Fi and the "Manage known networks" link. Click or tap on it.
Windows 8.1 displays a list with the wireless networks for which its stores connection details.
Select the network you want to forget and press Forget .
The selected network is no longer stored by Windows 8.1 and the next time you connect to it, you will have to enter its password again.
1. Open the charm bar.
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