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Forgetting a Wireless Network on Your Device

This article has instructions for removing wireless networks from common devices. Sometimes after changing your password, you may need to forget the eduroam network in order for it to prompt for your new password. Some computers prefer to connect to wireless networks in the order that they were originally connected, so you may need to remove UWGB-Guest or UWGB-IoT so that your device stops automatically connecting to them instead of eduroam.

Windows 10

Forgetting a Wireless Device on Windows 10 

Mac OS

iOS and Android

1. Open "Settings"

2. Tap on "Wi-Fi"

3. Tap on on the wireless network you wish to remove

4. Tap "Forget" to remove this network

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Keywords:ipad, iphone, ipod, ios, macos, android, droid, windows, wireless, uwgb-guest, eduroam, guest, netreg, uwgb-netreg, remove, forget, delete, Iot, internet of things   Doc ID:22353
Owner:Kim M.Group:UW Green Bay
Created:2012-01-23 10:52 CDTUpdated:2022-07-12 09:05 CDT
Sites:UW Green Bay
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