So, uh, I feel smart today. I went out and got a wireless router a few months ago, because I was sick of stealing my neighbor's connection (he has pretty unreliable service ) Anyway, so when I set it up, I wanted to make sure people couldn't crack into it. Obviously, WEP was out, so I instead used WPA2 with AES. And, you guessed it, forgot the password. I can still use the connection on my Vista install, but I just reinstalled Ubuntu, and I need the key to get online in Linux. I know I can't brute force it, I made the password way too long, and with too many special characters. That would be a waste of time anyway--I know the key's still on the Vista install, I just can't access it. Anyway, does anybody know of a method to recover the key from the windows install? Is there a registry key somewhere or anything? Or am I just going to have to reset the router and redo all the settings? EDIT: Nevermind, found a tool here that worked fine.