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itgs the little things that pizz me off!

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Jesaroo
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itgs the little things that pizz me off!

dh finally sedt up secured wireless interenet on MY laptop.... and when we got it i TOLD him the name i wanted for the network....
well, he went ahead and used his own!!!!!
not only that, he used his childhood phone number as the password.

w.t.f? i HATE his username and will NEVER remember that password. i swear he only thinks of himself.


when he wakes up im making hnim change it.

Posted 2/23/06 10:42 AM
 
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Re: itgs the little things that pizz me off!

I would wake him up now and make him change it!

Posted 2/23/06 10:43 AM
 

Shelly
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Re: itgs the little things that pizz me off!

That sounds pretty selfish to me. I wouldn't care much about the name of the network- but to chose a password that is meaningless to you- that is wrong.

Posted 2/23/06 10:52 AM
 

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Re: itgs the little things that pizz me off!

um, not to be rude, but is this REALLY a big enough reason to get so bent out of shape?? Chat Icon

Posted 2/23/06 10:56 AM
 

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Re: itgs the little things that pizz me off!

Posted by CaptainCharisma424

um, not to be rude, but is this REALLY a big enough reason to get so bent out of shape?? Chat Icon



If I couldn't get on my computer because DH picked a password that was meaningless to me and I couldn't remember- I would be pizzed! I would be a little upset that he picked a password that is meaningless to me- it just seems selfish. Why can't he come up with something that we can both remember?

The name of the network doesn't bother me at all.

Posted 2/23/06 11:02 AM
 

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Re: itgs the little things that pizz me off!

Posted by Shellyesq

Posted by CaptainCharisma424

um, not to be rude, but is this REALLY a big enough reason to get so bent out of shape?? Chat Icon



If I couldn't get on my computer because DH picked a password that was meaningless to me and I couldn't remember- I would be pizzed! I would be a little upset that he picked a password that is meaningless to me- it just seems selfish. Why can't he come up with something that we can both remember?

The name of the network doesn't bother me at all.



hey, to each his own, i always say Chat Icon

Posted 2/23/06 11:03 AM
 

BabyBoy
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Re: itgs the little things that pizz me off!

why do you need a password to use a secured wireless network? if you enter the encyription (sp) once and use the same wireless device to connect, it will remember your settings thus you never need to worry about network/code to enter unless you are using another computer you want to add

Posted 2/23/06 11:04 AM
 

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Re: itgs the little things that pizz me off!

Posted by Shellyesq

Posted by CaptainCharisma424

um, not to be rude, but is this REALLY a big enough reason to get so bent out of shape?? Chat Icon



If I couldn't get on my computer because DH picked a password that was meaningless to me and I couldn't remember- I would be pizzed! I would be a little upset that he picked a password that is meaningless to me- it just seems selfish. Why can't he come up with something that we can both remember?

The name of the network doesn't bother me at all.





I agree with the Captain.

Frankly when you set up a wireless password... you enter it once on the laptop. It caches the information and you never have to enter it again on that laptop.

Also... depending on what type of security he used... you may be limited to what types of numbers or letters you are allowed to use. So for instance.... the password "Tinkerbell" can probably not be used. But 7185347542 could be.


Posted 2/23/06 11:05 AM
 

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Re: itgs the little things that pizz me off!

on our laptop, DH set it up so that we each have our own settings and our own passwords....would that be possible?

Posted 2/23/06 11:06 AM
 

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Re: itgs the little things that pizz me off!

Posted by DjPiLL

I agree with the Captain.






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Posted 2/23/06 11:07 AM
 

Jesaroo
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Re: itgs the little things that pizz me off!

im not getting bent outta shape.
im just going to make him change it--- if possible.

im not really THAT mad, but its just like HELLO!?!?!?! what were you thinking?!!? lol

Posted 2/23/06 11:07 AM
 

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Re: itgs the little things that pizz me off!

Posted by DjPiLL

I agree with the Captain.

Frankly when you set up a wireless password... you enter it once on the laptop. It caches the information and you never have to enter it again on that laptop.

Also... depending on what type of security he used... you may be limited to what types of numbers or letters you are allowed to use. So for instance.... the password "Tinkerbell" can probably not be used. But 7185347542 could be.





So he could have used their phone number or his birthday or something.

But I guess you are right about using the password. I thought about it and I only use a password for my computer at work. DH and I have wireless connection and I have never had to use a password.

I guess if it was a pattern of selfish behavior- I would be ******. If it was a one time thing- its no big deal.

ETA: We store our passwords so its never an issue.

Message edited 2/23/2006 11:10:30 AM.

Posted 2/23/06 11:09 AM
 

Jesaroo
is not the girl you knew

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Jes

Re: itgs the little things that pizz me off!

i didnt know the password is a 1 time thing------ we just got this.




but i want my own name though, so that will have to change

Posted 2/23/06 11:11 AM
 

DjPiLL

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Re: itgs the little things that pizz me off!

Posted by Lolita4Life


im not really THAT mad, but its just like HELLO!?!?!?! what were you thinking?!!? lol




Maybe since he is the one that will most likely have to fix it if something goes wrong.. he wants a password that he could remember.

Like I said... you will NEVER have to enter that password. Its an encryption password for administration purposes.

And the network/SSID name shouldn't be an issue anyways. If you really want to be secure... you shouldn't be publically broadcasting your SSID anyways. So having a "cool name" would be a moot point.

Posted 2/23/06 11:11 AM
 

DjPiLL

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Re: itgs the little things that pizz me off!

Posted by Palebride

on our laptop, DH set it up so that we each have our own settings and our own passwords....would that be possible?





The password in question is not for the PC itself. Its an administration password that should only be used by the person thats responsible for setting up and fixing the equipment.

We aren't talking a password you have to enter to press CTRLALTDEL to login. This is an encryption key that an end user would never have to enter herself.

Even though it is possible... I wouldn't be surprised if Lolita didn't even know where on this laptop this encryption key gets entered. Chat Icon So knowing the password would be useless anyways. Chat Icon

Posted 2/23/06 11:17 AM
 
 

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