Importing and Exporting Profiles
You can easily import and export wireless connection profiles with this software. Suppose you had a wireless network but didn't want to give out the password or you had it set not to broadcast its SSID out to the world. In this case, you would need to give someone a profile to add to their own system in order to access the connection point. At my work, we use this method for secured wireless connections around the office so that not only is the name of the connection hidden, but it is password protected in such a way that approved users don't need to know the password to connect, so they can't share it.
Importing Profiles: To import a saved profile, just double click on the file and it should integrate into your Profiles screen. If not, go to the Profiles section and click the Import button, then select the file.
Exporting Profiles: To export a profile, go into the Profiles screen then select the profile name and click the Export button. It will save to a small (less than 5K) file that can easily be emailed to other users.
Note: If you right-click on the profile file name and choose Open With and then try using Notepad or Wordpad, you'll just see a bunch of weird characters. This is a nice way of keeping someone from easily snooping into the profile and hoping to find the password written in plain text.