Removing the UniSydney wireless network

Occasionally you may need to remove the UniSydney wireless network from your device; for example, when the wireless network is upgraded or when you reset your UniKey password.

See below for how to remove a wireless network on:

You can reconnect your device to UniSydney anytime by following these instructions.

Remove UniSydney from Windows 8

  1. From the Metro Start screen, press the Windows key to display your desktop
  2. Click on the System Tray and locate the Wireless Network Settings icon
  3. Click the Wireless Network Settings icon
  4. From the list, right-click the UniSydney wireless network and click Forget this network

Remove UniSydney from Windows 7

  1. Click on the System Tray (near the clock) and locate the Wireless Network Settings icon
  2. Click the Wireless Network Settings
  3. Click on Open Network and Sharing Center
  4. In the Network and Sharing Center window, Click Manage wireless networks from the left menu
  5. From the list, click the UniSydney wireless network
  6. Click the Remove button
  7. You may receive a warning asking if you are sure you want to remove the network, click Yes

Remove UniSydney from Windows XP

  1. Click on the Start menu, then select Control Panel
  2. Double-click the Network Connections icon
  3. Right-click on the Wireless Network Connection icon and select View Available Wireless Networks
  4. Click on Change advanced settings in the left menu
  5. Click on the Wireless Networks tab, then select UniSydney in the Preferred networks field
  6. Click the Remove button

Remove UniSydney from an Android device

  1. Tap the Applications icon
  2. Tap the Settings icon.
  3. Tap Wi-Fi settings, then Wi-Fi
  4. Tap and hold the UniSydney network until options appear
  5. Tap Forget network

Remove UniSydney from an Apple device

  1. Tap the Settings icon
  2. Tap Wi-Fi
  3. Ensure Wi-Fi is switched on
  4. Locate the UniSydney network from the list of available networks and tap the arrow
  5. Tap Forget this Network