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You can find the network security key also known as wireless password in the router's setup page.
Access the router's page and under wireless tab, you can find the network key. If you don't know how to access the set-up page of your router, check this out How to Access the Router's Set-Up Page.

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    You can find the network security in the router's setup page. Access the router's set-up page and in wireless tab, you will find the network security key. If you don't know how to access the router setup , check this blog How to Access Router's Setup Page.

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Where is the network security key


The network security key is set by the user when the home network is setup. It prevents people from stealing your wireless signal. If you have forgot it, or didn't set it up but it still is asking for one, you can unplug and hit the reset button on your router and delete the home network you have on your main computer. From there, just run the network setup wizard from the main pc and set your network security key to something you can remember as well as write it down. Then you should be set to add any other pc to your home network as long as when you try to connect, you put the correct key in.

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  • for Vista click on start then Connect To, then right click on your network and click Properties, write down the Security Type, Encryption Type & Network Security Key. ( check the box if all you see is dots)
  • for Windows 7 Click on the Network/Wireless icon on the task tray click on Properties, write down the Security Type, Encryption Type & Network Security Key. ( check the box if all you see is dots)
  • for Windows XP click Start, then Connect To then Network Connections, right click on Wireless Network Connections click on Properties then write down the Security Type, Encryption Type & Network Security Key. ( check the box if all you see is dots)

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How do I find the WPA to set up wireless connection on my new laptop


    • 1 Right-click on your network bar in the bottom right corner and click "Open Network and Sharing Center." You can also click "Start" and type "Network and Sharing Center" in the search box. Click on the Network Sharing center link in the search results list.
    • 2 Click "Manage wireless networks" on the left-hand pane.
    • 3 Highlight the network you wish to retrieve the WPA or WPA2 security key from; right-click it and select "Properties."
    • 4 Click the "Security" tab to see the security settings. The type of security will be listed along with the encryption type and security key. The security key will be hidden.
    • 5 Check the box labeled "Show Characters." The network security key will now be visible.

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Trying to secure wireless network


Hi,

Welcome to Fixya. If you want to secure the network you all you need to do is to access the router settings page and put a security either WEP, WPA or WPA2 and a Network Key or Passphrase.

To access the router page you need a working computer that is connected to the router. To access the router page just open a browser then type 192.168.2.1, the Default password is blank

Click on Security under Wireless, Select WEP, WPA or WPA2 and personalize a Security Key or Network Key (Passphrase). Security Key serves as a password on the network.

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How do I find my security key #?


Hi,

Welcome to Fixya. If you need the Security key or Network Key you need to access the Wireless Settings Page.

To access the router page just open a browser then type 192.168.1.1, the Default username is blank and the password is admin. Go to the Wireless Tab select Wireless Security under the Security Mode you will see there Network Key or Security Key. The Network Key serves as a password or security code on your network to make it secure
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How do I find my WEP Key?


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You can give a try using the HP Network diagnostic tool and it should give you your network details

Click on the link below and follow the steps

HP Network Diagnostic Tool


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What is a wireless network connection network key also called a wep or wpa key. Or where can i find it?


Both are security protocol which enable the owner of an wireless network to limit the acces to that network and to protect the data that runs through that network.
WEP stands for WIRED EQUIVALENT PRIVACY and it' a security algorithm designed for wireless networks with the intention to provide a level of confidentiality close to the wired networks
WPA stands for Wi-Fi Protected Access and it's a security protocol designed to secure wireless networks
If your wireless device discovered a network that require such keys,that means that the owner of
that network secured his network,only people having acces are those who know the key.
If you have a Wi-Fi router and you forgot the key ,you have to acces the configuration page of the router ,go to wireless security page and reconfigure it, by changing the key.(get the manual of the router and follow the steps)

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What does it mean by network security key


The name 'network security key' is itself self-explanatory. Every network has a security key and you will need this key to be a part of that network. Just as is the case of any other term that comes from the field of network engineering, there are a lot more details attached to this term, too. So, let us try to understand all the aspects related to network security key

An explanation as to why we need a wireless network security key is not even required. Still, if any one is skeptical about adding any complexity to their available wireless network, just think about it. Your wireless network range can be detected by any other computer with a wireless setup and that comes within the range of the network. So, without you knowing, it's very easy for any user to get connected to your wireless network and gain access to all the data that you intend to share only with those computers with which you have setup your wireless network. So, what is a wireless network security key and how is it useful in such situations?

Well, a network security key or passphrase is something like a password, which any user who wants to connect to your computer will require. But, I think that before we go into the details of figuring out, how to get network security key for wireless computer, we should take a look at the different methods of securing your wireless network

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How to secure your network


You can secure your network by putting a Network Key in it. Network key is a password on the wireless network for you to be able to connect. Just access your router thru your browser then go to wireless settings, you'll fine there the network key. You can personalize the Network Name, Network Key and Network Authentication or Security.

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Network security key is almost similar to a password.The network administrator set the key.In case you have a personal router logon to 192.168.1.1 on your browser addressbar.Got to Wireless security on the router configuration page.the network key can be edited from there.

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