Changing your GTwifi password on Windows XP
This example assumes that you have either a notebook or desktop with wireless capabilities running Windows XP (Home, Pro or MCE) SP3 using the built in Wireless Manager. Unfortunately, Windows XP is not very good at handling password changes. This is not a fault of the GT systems, but an underlying problem with Windows XP. If you have difficulities with this process, you should visit the OIT Technology Support Center on the first floor of the GT Library for additional assistance.
The following information comes from Microsoft's support document at http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;823731.
At this point, you should be able to disable and then enable your "GTwifi" connection and it should prompt you for your new password. If the above doesn't work, try restarting your system before continuing to do this manually.
Manually removing your GTwifi password on Windows XP
Important: This section, method, or task contains steps that tell you how to modify the registry. If the above automated script did not work, you can try this. If it did work, the following is unnecessary.
To remove your cached user credentials that are used for PEAP authentication, delete the following registry subkeys, as appropriate: