Quote: Originally Posted by BainGo
Possible, it seems to be a WPA-PSK encryption...
How do you require Windows 7 to use such encryption?
WPA-PSK means WPA security "pre shared key"
WPA2-PSK is a newer standard. The encryption can be either TKIP or AES, AES being preferred and is made to work with the 802.11n standard.
You need to figure out which ones are being used by who ever you are trying to connect to then input those settings into your Wireless profile for that connection, it's not automatic sometimes and requires manual input.
Go to Network and Sharing center in Windows, look to the left column where you see Manage Wireless Profiles. There will be a profile for each different place you are trying to connect too, then make adjustments there to match which every security and encryption is being used.