At my University, I need to connect to a secure network that requires pre-configuring authentication settings in my computer's network properties.
On Windows 7, you could access these settings via right-click on an available wireless network and choosing "Properties". This doesn't work for me in Windows 10; double-clicking or right-clicking on a network does nothing.
As someone explained here, you can go to the Network & Sharing Center and click a network you're already connected to, then get to the properties. However, I need to access the properties for a network to which I'm not yet connected in order to initially set up the configuration.
In Windows 10, what is the route to access the connection properties dialog for a wireless network that can be seen as available but for which the connection has not yet been configured?