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Windows 7: Is it possible to save 2 wireless connections?

24 Nov 2009   #1
Wii Master 64

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Is it possible to save 2 wireless connections?

Is it possible to save 2 wireless connections? What I mean is, when you're in one location, it recognizes the connection and changes to it, and then in another location, it recognizes it's connection and changes to it. I.e. let's say I'm at home and I have my connection set up there. Then, I go to, say a relative's house, and I change to their connection. Then, when I come home, it changes back to my primary connection.

So, is it possible?


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24 Nov 2009   #2
zigzag3143

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Wii Master 64 View Post
Is it possible to save 2 wireless connections? What I mean is, when you're in one location, it recognizes the connection and changes to it, and then in another location, it recognizes it's connection and changes to it. I.e. let's say I'm at home and I have my connection set up there. Then, I go to, say a relative's house, and I change to their connection. Then, when I come home, it changes back to my primary connection.

So, is it possible?
Hi and welcome

Sure it is. click network and sharing and tick off the "connect automatically" to any hotspot in range. It will Automatically connect to any or all of them


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24 Nov 2009   #3
Wii Master 64

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thanks! That'll help my friend out alot.
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