Can't connect automatically to network from windows 8.1

I keep having to enter the wireless key in my home network on a windows 8.1 Lenovo laptop.  I am useing a Linksys EA6900.  When I am at networks it seems to connect wtomatically.  Is there some setting on eitger the router or the laptop that I can change to keep me from having to enter the key everytime
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Did you checked the "connect automaticaly" checkbox?
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
You might also try remaking the wireless profile

Open an admin command prompt (right click on cmd.exe and Run as Administrator) and do the following:

netsh wlan show profiles  To see all profiles
netsh wlan delete profile name="Profile Name"  To delete profile

Now close the command prompt and go to the Wireless icon and make a new profile to connect.

Per the above post, make sure Automatically Connect is selected.
dlennonAuthor Commented:
Yes I did check the connect automatically.

I will try the other suggestion
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dlennonAuthor Commented:
Is there anyway to setup a profile manually like you can in Windows 7?
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Yes, but it is tricky because you have to use a command line.

Use   netsh wlan show profiles name="Profile Name"  To see profile details  

It is easier (way easier) to delete the profile and then set it up again. I have numerous profiles and (a) I have re-created them and (b) they all work.

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dlennonAuthor Commented:
I actually googled it and I set them back up manually.  I will let you know what ahppenned
dlennonAuthor Commented:
Thanks for th advice
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
@dlennon  - You are very welcome and I was happy to help.
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