From the Settings app, you modify the properties of the Wireless1 known Wi-Fi network. Does this meet the goal?

November 20, 2021 by Admin

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You have a laptop named Computer1 that runs Windows 10.

When in range, Computer1 connects automatically to a Wi-Fi network named Wireless1.

You need to prevent Computer1 from automatically connecting to Wireless1.

Solution: From the Settings app, you modify the properties of the Wireless1 known Wi-Fi network.

Does this meet the goal?

Explanation:

Removing Wireless1 as a known Wi-Fi network on Computer1 will prevent it from automatically connecting.

Note: You can also type netsh wlan show profiles in the Command Prompt to manage and delete wireless network profiles.

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