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How do I delete a wireless network from my list of available networks?

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The easiest way to reconfigure your wireless profile for UT's ut-wpa2 network or eduroam network is to delete the existing network and then reconnect to it!  Follow the instructions below for your operating system.

To reconnect to the UT ut-wpa2 or eduroam network, choose the network from your list of available wireless networks and enter the following credentials:


Username:     NetID

Password:      NetID password



Password:      NetID password


Windows 8

  • Access Settings and then choose the Wireless icon.
  • Right-click on the network and choose Forget this Network.

Windows 7

  • Go to Start > Control Panel > Network and Internet > Network and Sharing Center
  • Choose Manage Wireless Networks from the options on the left.
  • Highlight the network from the list and choose Remove

Mac OS X (10.8)

  • Go to System Preferences > Network
  • Select Wifi on the left
  • Choose the wireless network from the list & then click on the Disconnect button.
  • Click on the Advanced button
  • Select the wireless network from the list and then click on the (-) button to remove it from the list.
  • Click on the Ok button
  • Click the Apply button in the Networks 


Choose Settings· WiFi· When you select eduroam, you will be prompted for the password. Choose Cancel and then open the eduroam network (click on the blue arrow).· Choose Forget this Network· Choose Forget  


When trying to connect to eduroam, you are unable to get a connection.· Go to Settings > Wireless & Networks· Choose Wifi Settings· Long press the network named eduroam· Choose Forget Network 

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