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Can't figure this one out. When you connect to a wireless network (like an ad-hoc), it'll create a networkname 1 connection. After something changes, it makes a networkname 2 connection. And this goes on and on. Now I'm at connection ~23, at the home connection I'm at ~2 and ~5.

Is there a way to clean these out? Couldn't find where Win stores such profiles.

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  • Open "Network and Sharing Centre".
  • Under "View your active networks" click the icon beside the network (park bench, work, home icon).
  • Click "Merge or delete network locations"
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Awesomeness. Thank you. :) (Oh my god what a huge list...) – Shiki Jun 9 '10 at 10:25

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