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    Windows 7 wireless settings

    Im using Ghost to image a number of laptops, which have been syspreped, the orginal laptop connected to the wireless fine, but all the others i need to enter the wire details again - I was under the impression you didnt need to do this anymore, what going on?

    Windows 7 not using WDS, (ghost and sysprep instead)

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    Ive only had issues where the laptops wireless cards drivers were not in the WDs package and the laptop picked the driver via WindowsUpdate. Possibly the case?

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    configure wireless settings via Group Policy

    Configuring Wireless settings via Group Policy | TechRepublic

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    Quote Originally Posted by carvjo View Post
    configure wireless settings via Group Policy

    Configuring Wireless settings via Group Policy | TechRepublic
    Thank you, because of how the wireless is setup I have to enter a SSID and key to connect to it, I dont see how I can enter a key in the GPO settings given

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    You could script it as a startup script to add the network via an XML export. Will add the code tomo

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    Hi

    Have a look at Wireless key on group policy?

    Richard

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    Here's how I deploy wireless settings

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