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    Run a program after a successfull wireless connection

    Hi all,

    Anyone know how we might run a program AFTER a successful logon to the wireless network (Given an IP in the Range of 10.13.97.1 - 254)?

    The intel cards are great as they have this option built into them, but many others do not.

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    You can use WMI event sinks to trigger an program to run, it does require a bit of code though:
    SENS: System Event Notification Services and WMI Enable Flexible, Efficient Mobile Network Computing

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