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help: need app to remember secure wpa connection


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I have a wireless network at work with Enterprise wpa security and they don't broadcast the sid/network name. Every time I want to connect I need to re-enter all my info again... Extremely anoying! Is there an app that can remember/save the sid and login info?
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