Removing an Existing Wireless Network Profile in Mac OS

  1. Select the Wi-Fi icon on the top menu bar, then select Open Network Preferences.
    Click on wifi icon and open network preferences
  2. Select the Wi-Fi, then Advanced in the Network Preferences screen.
    Advanced Tab
  3. Select the Wi-Fi tab to show the networks to which you have connected. Select the network which you want to remove, then select the minus button “-” to delete the selected network. Then, select OK. Repeat for any other wireless networks you'd like to remove.
    select the minus button for the network you wish to remove
  4. Select the network to which reconnect (eduroam or MichiganTech) in the Network Name field, in the Network settings window.
    Select the Network
  5. Enter your Michigan Tech account name and password in the authentication pop-up that appears, then select Join.
    Enter your Michigan Tech username and password
  6. Select Continue when you see Authenticating to network. If you don’t see this pop-up, continue to the next step.
    Select Continue
  7. If you see the pop-up window: You are making changes to your Certificate Trust Settings…, enter your local Mac computer administrator account name and password, then select Update Settings. If you don’t see this pop-up, continue to the next step.
    Update Settings
  8. You should now see eduroam or MichiganTech connected in your network preferences.
    MichiganTech connected in your network preferences
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Article ID: 53570
Created
Wed 5/9/18 2:48 PM
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Fri 11/13/20 10:31 AM