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Netflix activation via Rosewill dongle

I have a Samsung HDTV and a Rosewill dongle, RNX-N1 for wireless access. How do I activate netflix?

I've conneted the dongle to USB1 port and I'm pretty sure the dongle works because I can now access Infolink on the TV - I couldn't before.

My router sees the dongle, but the TV doesn't seem to recognize the dongle in the "source" list. I think I need an access code for netflix, but where do I find it?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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