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How can I make my home wireless network the default? My Macbook keeps choosing the wireless network provided for free by the City, which I get a weak signal anyways... I go into network preferences and choose my network, click on the lock and try to hit APPLY but it is grayed out.

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I assume you are clicking the padlock first correct? Are you using an Administrator account when you try this? Are you prompted for an administrator password?

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Yes, clicking the pad lock first ... I am the only profile on the computer ... no password prompt...


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