At 10:29 PM -0500 12/18/06, Janice F. Jorgensen wrote: >In my utilities folder, I cannot find WEP Key.. So I can't move ahead. >A search didn't find it either. Read what I wrote again. >Janice F. Jorgensen >150 River Drive >Hadley, MA 01035 >413-585-0145 >janicejorgensenATcharterdotnet > >> From: Clark Martin <cmmac at sonic.net> >> Reply-To: "A place to discuss Apple's iBook computers." >> <ibook at listserver.themacintoshguy.com> >> Date: Mon, 18 Dec 2006 19:19:55 -0800 >> To: "A place to discuss Apple's iBook computers." >> <ibook at listserver.themacintoshguy.com> >> Subject: Re: [iBook] Keep wifi password in keychain >> >> At 7:52 PM -0500 12/18/06, Janice F. Jorgensen wrote: >>> I have an Ibook dual usb 500 mz. With an airport card and use 10.4.8. >>> Every time I choose my airport card I have to enter my wep password. >>> Many times I have entered my password and indicated keep in keychain. >>> But I still have to enter the information each time. >>> >>> There must be something I can do to eliminate this. >> >> Open up Keychain Access (located in the Utilities folder inside the >> Application Folder). Look for your WEP Key (it's not really a >> password), it's Kind should be "Airport network password" and double >> click on it. Click on the Access Control Tab. Click on "Allow all > > applications to acess this item". Open the Keychain Access Application. The WEP Key is listed in the application. -- Clark Martin Redwood City, CA, USA Macintosh / Internet Consulting "I'm a designated driver on the Information Super Highway"