A while back when I was using Windows XP I remember there was this really neat feature in windows where I could enter all the information needed in order for a computer to connect to my wireless network and it was saved onto a USB memory stick. I could then put the memory stick in another computer and that computer could then connect to my network without having to enter WEP keys or other info.
I'm now using Windows Vista Ultimate and would like to be able to create a config file on a USB stick like this again so that when family or friends come over they can be online quickly and easily. How can I create this type of config file and will it work in both Vista and XP?
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