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I wanted to get wifi password of my office

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Hi i wanted to know how to get wifi password of my office computer its windows XP and it's connected with Lan server but i cant find anyway to get wifi password throw that computer Can anyone help ?? 

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Hey there. To be clear, your computer is connected to WIFI at work and you are trying to figure out what that WIFI password is?

Have you tried asking the Network team at work for the WIFI password? I assume they are not too keen on giving it to you?

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