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Originally Posted by ethansamuel17 View Post
By following below steps you can solve your problem.
1) Access your routers configuration screen (for most routers, open a browser and enter the address 192.168.1.1)
2) Restore the settings to factory default
3) Re-entered user name and password for your internet access and re-set your wifi settings
4) Test your iPad 3 and see if it remembers the network upon reboot.
I don't think you read the question properly and why would you have them reset the settings on their router when it's just simple enough to change the password?

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