2 Replies Latest reply: Mar 4, 2010 1:14 PM by Rod Moffett
Rod Moffett Level 1 Level 1
After a **** of a time I got my Airport Extreme and Airport Express configured and working properly. In the process I created a network that I don't want, a generic Apple network.

I deleted it from the preferred networks list in the Network Preferences wizard, but it still shows up in my list of networks in the Airport toolbar icon.

How do I remove it from that list?

TIA!

20" iMac G5, iBook G4, Macbook Pro 15", Mac OS X (10.5.6)
  • Bob Timmons Level 10 Level 10
    It's easy to leave a step out.

    When you deleted the network in the preferences list, did you also click OK, and then click Apply?

    Check KeyChain Access for the network listing?

    Macintosh HD > Applications > Utilities > KeyChain Access
    Look for a listing with the network name, click to highlight, then delete the entry.

    Not sure if you need to restart your computer, but couldn't hurt.
  • Rod Moffett Level 1 Level 1
    Thanks Bob. I did what you suggested, but nothing changed.

    But it actually disappeared when I completed the setup of a second Airport Extreme I was trying to add to my home network. The nuisance network was a vestige of an aborted attempt to get it to work.

    Thanks again.