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I'm out of ideas. I see if any of the other folks here can help.
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Saw your thread over on eightforums.com about this.

So it wasn't the Guest account, but a Guest2 wireless connection you wanted to get rid of.

If it comes back again, this should allow you to remove it: Manage wireless network profgiles
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I am a bit confused as the other thread said it was my neighbors wifi which my pc was picking up. when i drove away from my house it dissappeared from off my pc - so assumed they were right? so i cant get rid of it?
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If it reappears when you go home again you may be able to get rid of it, but maybe not as all that is being shown to you are the wireless access points available to you from where you are.
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yes as I was told
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There is this one, Im not sure if it will hide the account if its disabled thought:

http://www.tech-reci...n-login-screen/
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