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  1. #1

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    Default Ethernet symbol on toolbar

    I had a play with my network setting last night and deleted my ethernet connection and then re activated it. During this time I thought my connection to the internet was PPPoE and played with some of those settings, but in fact I am connected to the net via my router and a cable modem, which my iMac automatically configures.

    Now I have a ethernet symbol on my toolbar which when i click says 'No PPPoE Configurations were found'

    I never had this symbol show on my toolbar before, can I remove it somehow?

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    hold down Command (the Apple key) and drag it out of the menu bar, it should *pop* away.

    Dana

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    awesome work Danamania, thanks for your tip and super fast reply ;-)
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