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With a lot of traveling to various hotels with free Wi-Fi I have collected a number of sites in the system tray when I clicked on the network icon. I doubt highly that I will return to these hotels and so the various sites will not be needed again. How do I remove the sites – where are they even stored? I went browsing through the registry and could not find them. (Were talking about 25-35 sites I want to blow away) any ideas/suggestions?

Thank you.


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It's in the control panel for "Manage Wireless Networks" which you can enter into a Windows search box to find.

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