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Internet connnection I have recently aquired a new work laptop, and want to connect to my home wireless network. Unfortunately, I cannot find the Netkey Password. CAn I access it from another of our home computers? Where do I look?

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Access your wireless router by typing it's ip address in your browser. Log in and change your netkey password.

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