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WEP is a security profile that is assigned through your network. It was a password that was assigned by you or whoever setup your network. It is the same thing that would happen if you tried to use a new laptop through your network. You need to go into your wireless router and get into the settings to figure out what password has been setup. You can get to your router by typing in your IP address with a 1 as the last number. Eg 192.168.0.1
Whoever setup your network should know what and where this is.
Posted on Dec 05, 2008
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