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Creating a router logon USB key

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#1 Becky99


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Posted 16 September 2010 - 10:38 PM

Hello -- Whenever I connect a new wireless laptop to my router (after reconfiguring, etc) I go through the Network & Sharing (Win 7) and I select my SSID and it then asks for the router password before connecting with an option "if you have a USB device with the password on it just connect it. So my question is how to I create such a USB stick that will plug my passcode into the box securely so I don't have to type it? Thanks!

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