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Accessing Saved Network Password


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I have a wireless WEP connection, which has a password. My brother typed the password on my Vista laptop and saved it, so I can access it fine, but it is not saved when I boot into Ubuntu, of course, and I currently cannot obtain the password. Others don't need the password because they are connected directly via ethernet. Is there an accessible place where the network password is stored in Vista, or is using the ethernet the only way I'll be able to access the internet from Ubuntu?
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