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I'm looking for a way to synchronize wireless network passwords between each of the computers I use (to avoid typing each of them more than once.) Is it possible to do this on Windows?

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It's not very hard... how many computers do you have? – cutrightjm Jun 25 '12 at 17:38
    
I have 3 computers, and I access multiple wireless networks from each of them. – Anderson Green Jun 25 '12 at 18:22
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I personally use the Free Program called "c't Wlan Kloner" to export the WiFi-Settings for one Network and Import it back on a other Computer. The Program itself creates kind of xml-Files with all the required informations in it.

The only downside (for you) that it is only avaliable in german language.

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