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I am attempting to use the hawking dish to connect to a wireless network that is hidden. The dish is installed on my computer and the connection box appears BUT I cannot figure out how or where to type in SSID. Please advise. Thank you

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Should be in utilities window in hawking wireless utility under more settings

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