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    Wireless Set Up

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    Does anyone know a way of setting wireless settings with a simple load of a program. We would like to create something to put on CD so staff and student can load the wireless settings without needing to go into the settings and changing things.

    Our wireless here is WPA, TKIP, PEAP, EAP:MSCHAPv2

    Thanks
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    No one got any ideas??

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    Not sure if this helps then

    script for joining wireless networks

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    Windows has a Wireless Setup Wizard thing that you can put on a pen drive, or if you're distributing it you could copy the stuff it creates onto a CD. It autoplays; I used it for automated laptop builds before we had a Radius system.

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    Thanks all

    The Aruba stuff worked wonders for XP and Vista

    Has anyone got any ideas on automating this for windows 7??

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