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This page describes the process of how to forget a wireless network connection on a Mac and or Windows computer. These steps can be helpful for resolving some kinds of issues problem that can arise happen with wireless networks.




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StepWhat to do
1Click on the Apple logo () on the top-left of the computer and select System Preferences.
2Select the Network option.
3Select WiFi from the navigation bar on the left of the window.
4Click the Advanced button on the bottom-right of the window.
5Select the desired network to forget and click the minus ( – ) button towards the bottom-left of the window. If you’re asked to confirm, click Remove.
6Click the OK button.
7Click the Apply button.
8To re-connect to a Biola wireless network, visit our page on how to connect to the Biola NetID wireless network, or the page on how to Connect to the Biola Guest wireless network.  



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StepWhat to do
1Click the Start menu.
2Search for and select Wi-Fi Settings from the search results.
3Click Manage known networks.
4Select the desired network(s) to forget and click the forget button.
5To re-connect to a Biola wireless network, visit our page on how to connect to the Biola NetID wireless network, or the page on how to Connect to the Biola Guest wireless network.