Pertains to the following devices:

  • MacBook / MacBook Pro / Mac Pro / iMac
  • iPad / iPhones


OnMacBook / MacBook Pro / Mac Pro / iMac, use the following:


  • Click the Apple menu in the top left of Desktop, then drop down to select System Preferences.
  • When the System Preferences screen appears, please go to the third-row section and click Network (Grey Globe).
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  • Under Network screen, please select Wi-Fi (formerly called Airport) on the left, click “Turn Wi-Fi Off” and then click Advanced in lower right.

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  • Under the Wi-Fi (formerly Airport) tab, select the network which you want to remove and click on the button “-”. Then click OK, in lower right.
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  • Turn WI-FI in the top right of Network Panel.

On iPhone / iPad, use the following:

First, make sure your device does not remember the network:

  • Go to Settings > Wi-Fi.
  • Tap ⓘ next to the Wi-Fi network that you want your device to forget.
  •  Tap Forget This Network, then tap Forget to confirm.


To remove the wireless profile from an iOS device:

  • Go to Settings > General > Profiles
  • Select the profile you wish to remove (eduroam or UI-Wireless-Setup, for example)
  • Select Remove
  • If asked, enter your device’s security PIN/Passcode number
  • If you delete a profile, all of the settings, apps, and data associated with the profile are may also be deleted.