[Blurb] Deleting wireless profile using Windows command prompt

Deleting wireless profile using Windows command prompt

  1. Press the Windows key or click on the Start button, then search for cmd.
  2. Right-click the Command Prompt and click Run as Administrator.
  3. Once Command Prompt is open, type netsh wlan show profiles.
  4. For every wireless profile with Northwestern in the name (e.g., Northwestern, Northwestern1, Northwestern2), you will need to manually remove them.
  5. Type netsh wlan delete profile name=Northwestern. Repeat this process for every Northwestern Wireless profile you found.




Keywords:Deleting wireless profile using Windows command prompt   Doc ID:62240
Owner:IT Support Center .Group:Northwestern
Created:2016-03-25 22:50 CDTUpdated:2020-02-18 11:42 CDT
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