My acer enet management tool is not supporting wpa and wpa2 security modes. it only supports the wep security. i decided to uninstall enetmanagement but it did not connect using the windows wireless connection. how can i fix this problem?
Sounds like you are having problems connecting to your wireless network?
If so, disable eNet Management and reboot. If problem is still there, reboot your router. If problem is still there, update router firmware.
If you can see the networks but not connect to them, it is a router problem.
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You cannot retrieve or see the security key on the computer. There are software available but you may have to search for them if its free. This key can be retrieved from the wireless transmitter known as the access point or wireless modem or wireless router. Open the router web interface on a wired connection. This interface will not open on a wireless connection. After opening, under the wireless section, click on security and there you can see your WEP or WPA or WPA2 key written.
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The WEP and WPA are 2 most common encryptions found in wireless connections. The keys controlling them were inputted by you during the setting of the wireless router and are needed every time you connect to it. If you don't want the hassle and you don't use that pc for critical information (like banking), you can simply stop the encryption altogether.
I am assuming you are talking about a wireless router and are asking how to secure it.
First, plug your computer DIRECTLY to the router via an ethernet cable.
One of the above addresses should open the configurations of your router. If you open the configuration, you will be prompted to input a password/username.
If you do not know the "default" username/password, then look at the following link to find your router. http://www.phenoelit-us.org/dpl/dpl.html
If there has already been a password change and you do not know the password, you will have to reset your router. You can reset your router by looking at the back of it for a reset button and holding it in for about 10 or so seconds with it powered on. The reset button is usually pretty small and requires a ball point pen or something small tipped to press it. Resetting the router puts all settings back to factory default...including password.
Okay, now you should have access to the configurations of the router.
Things you want to change: 1. Password for the router 2. Under "wireless"options, change it so that it uses encryption like WEP or WPA. 3. Disable any options for "remote management".
When you added encryption, if you were connected wirelessly...you got booted off the router. That is why you need to connect via an ethernet cable. You will need to go back to your wireless settings in router and copy down the WEP/WPA "security key" it randomly made up. Some routers have you make the security key up yourself, so there would be no need to go look it up on the router.
Take the above security key and input it when you go to connect to your wireless connection and are prompted to input the "security key". Without the security key, you can not access the router.
Those are the basics to securing your router. There are more advanced tactics, but offer little to no protection if someone has bypassed the WEP/WPA encryption. If a person knows how to bypass the security key, then they more than likely also know how to bypass things like MAC Address filtering.
There is no real protection from a hacker, nothing is hack proof. The most you can do is make it that much harder for someone to gain access to your network or computer.
enet management was pre installed when you purchased it. You may be able to reinstall with the disks that were provided when you purchased the Acer. If you do not have the disks you can go to acer support and you should be able to download it. Good Luck
my daughter just right clicks the icon on the task bar and exits the program on her acer, she still accesses the internet, this kept getting on nerves too with the bubble popping up saying connected, disconnected, just right click it and exit it, and it should solve your problem.
Do you have "What do you suggest I do to stop the alternating messages? It's almost as annoying as popups." I get an alternating popup (actually fade in fade out) message. the alternating message says "Acer eNet Management Internet Disconnected" Here is my solution!!! :)
First 'Right-click on task bar', TASK BAR IS AT THE BOTTOM OF YOUR SCREEN' then click on 'Properties'. Click on 'Notification Area', Click on 'Customize', Look for WLAN(disconnected), Click on it and choose 'HIDE', Click 'OK', then click 'APPLY', then click 'OK' and now you have no more annoying message. TOO EASY MATE ;)