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How do I set WPA2 PSA from within Microsoft XP Pro's WiFi settings?

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  • Shannon Mantel May 11, 2010

    Do you already have your router set to the WPA2 encryption standard? Or are you looking to add this standard to your network?

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The latest post 10/4/2008 has a guide to enabling you to setup wpa2
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