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Windows 7: Removing "Additional information is required to connect" notification


19 Oct 2012   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
 
 
Removing "Additional information is required to connect" notification

I'm on a secure wireless network and every time I want to connect (therefore every time I wake my computer from sleep) there is a pop-up that says "Additional information is required to connect to [network name]. Click here to provide additional information".

The first time, I had to enter a username and password (which were my own, not one for the whole network) and now, I just have to click it every time; I'm wondering if there's a way to make it so that it automatically signs in without me having to click the pop-up. I feel like it should be possible because at the current time, I don't have to enter my password; I just have to click.

Thanks!!!


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