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Auto-connecting to an open WIFI network with a wireless Vista laptop

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Say for instance I want to go to a WIFI hotspot at the airport or someone else's home WIFI network. How to automatically connect to non-preferred networks using Vista laptop(wireless).
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Windows Vista - Start - Control Panel - [Network and Internet] - Network and Sharing Center - Manage wireless network

Right-click on your wireless connection and select Properties

Click on the Wireless Network tab and then click on the Advanced button (toward the bottom&)

Ensure that Automatically connect to non-preferred networks is checked.

Click on Close, then click on OK

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