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how to find internet wireless passcode on my windows 10 laptop. I am already conected to interernet wifi but forgot password.
watching below video where it says go to 'security tab' but i see 'sharing' tab instead as attached. please advise
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by:John Hurst
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Get Kernel Password unmask V1 (Nucleus Technologies). If you can see the password field, this tool will show you the password.
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by:rindi
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What "internet wireless passcode" do you mean? The password to connect to and setup your router? or the WPA-PSK Passphrase just to get a connection to the router? Or something else?
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by:John Hurst
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They are pretty hard to detect. I have look in the XML file export and the registry and reconstructing the key is tricky.

You know what you are connected to.   Make a NEW Wi-Fi Profile to the router and connect with a new password. Give the profile a different name.

Then open an admin command and run NETSH WLAN SHOW PROFILES  to list the profiles and delete the superfluous profile .  NETSH WLAN DELETE PROFILE NAME=profiflename

This will be the easiest way for you
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by:btan
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Make sure you go into
-the Network and Sharing Center, click your Connections: <Wi-Fi Name> your computer is connected to
-inside the Wi-Fi Status Window, click on Wireless Properties under the Wireless Network Property of the connected network
-go to the Network Security Key option which will have the Wi-Fi password and you can check the option Show characters to make the password visible.
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by:Uttam Kumar
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Yes you can see te starred password as "btan' recommended above or login to your router  thru web interface and go to wireless security and see whats the password, you can change from here as well.
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by:Deepak Prajapati
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Hi gudii9 to see the Password for your Wifi password go to Run (Win +R) and type NCPA.CPL and click ok, then right click on your Wireless network adaptor  and select status then click on wireless properties then click on Security------Show password this prompt (Wireless properties) will show you the your connected network password.
hope it may helps thank you.
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by:gudii9
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Hi gudii9 to see the Password for your Wifi password go to Run (Win +R) and type NCPA.CPL and click ok, then right click on your Wireless network adaptor  and select status then click on wireless properties then click on Security
i do not see Security instead i see sharing as attached in original post
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Is this a laptop you personally own or that you have from your job?
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by:John Hurst
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I cannot find a way to get the Wi-Fi password within Windows 10. It is well encrypted.

Try making another Wi-Fi account. The Wi-Fi router will not stop you doing this.
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What "internet wireless passcode" do you mean? The password to connect to and setup your router? or the WPA-PSK Passphrase just to get a connection to the router? Or something else?

i have comcast internet at home. i have wireless router and wireless works fine on couple of old laptops. Now i got new laptop. I want to connect to same comacast internet connection through wireless. but i forgot password which i wrote some where. how to check it in those old laptop machines which are running on windows 10. earlier versions i think it is straight forwar to say 'Show password' it used to show but not in windows 10 i guess. please advise
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by:John Hurst
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As I said, just make a new Wi-Fi profile and set it up
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by:masnrock
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Wait a second.... do you have the password to the wireless router? You should be able to just log into there and get the password.

Default username on many of the units is cusadmin and the default password is highspeed
Other newer units, default username is admin and default password is password
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See below and if you do not find the option then the only means is to go into router to reset wireless password. If you also forget router password then just factory reset and redo again.

http://support.brother.com/g/b/sp/faqend.aspx?c=sg&lang=en&prod=p750weas&faqid=faqp00100049_000#10
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