How to hide Wi-Fi password in Win 7

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I want to hide password key in Windows 7 in workgroup network.

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  • Subhendu Sen
    As far as my knowledge, there is no direct way, however u can set up standard user i.e general user (have no admin rights) for this network. From there, they will need the admin pass to be able to check show password dialog box.
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  • TomLiotta
    Hide? From whom do you want it hidden? -- Tom
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  • AndreaF
    If you want to hide the Wifi key from view, you should be able to set the passphrase not to show, in the actual connection set-up....when you get to the point that you enter the password, there should be a checkbox that lets you hide it.
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