Re: Cannot delete wireless computer-to-computer connection
In order to connect computer to computer you configured your Wireless to
Ad-Hoc. mode. Change the configuration to Infrastructure Mode, Computer to
"Mutard Cutard" <Mutard Cutard@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>I have Windows XP Pro, using wireless on my laptop. Recently a friend and I
> wanted to share some files. We were in the middle of the outback with no
> cables so we set up a wireless computer-to-computer network, unsecured
> because we were going to delete the connection after the transfer.
> I now cannot get rid of this computer-to-computer network. I can delete it
> from the preferred networks dialog but my network card is still
> the SSID and others can still connect (thank the lord for ZoneAlarm). I've
> tried changing the network security to WEP and WPA with no luck, it
> unsecured. Removing it from the preferred networks seems to be the answer
> every other post I've found about this (although I suspect I didn't reach
> end of the internets) but doing that doesn't stop my wireless adapter
> broadcastng the fact it is an unsecured network.
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