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Jan 31, 2012

Import wireless certificates in windows 7

Most Wireless support networks allow users to connect simply by providing the proper password. Some are completely unsecured and require no verification at all. Although uncommon, you may also come across secured wireless networks that require the presence of a verified signing certificate on your computer. This certificate must be properly installed on your machine before you are granted access to the network. Once you understand the required steps, installing a wireless certificate in Windows 7 support requires just a few clicks.(see also:How to setup a Home network in Windows 7)

1. Navigate to the folder containing the wireless certificate file you want to import and then double-click the file's icon.

2. Click "Install Certificate" to launch Windows 7's Certificate Import Wizard.

3. Click "Next" on the opening screen.
4. Select "Place all certificates in the following store" and click "Next."

5. Select "Trusted Root Certification Authorities" and click "OK & Next".

6. Click "Finish." Depending on your system configuration, you may also need to click "Yes" to confirm your choice.

7. Click "OK" after the import process completes to close the Certificate Import Wizard.

Also here: How to Fix Wireless Network Issues in Microsoft Windows 7


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