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Wireless network card logging into a win2k domain

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I have a linksys WPC54G installed in a desktop.  It logs into a Win2k domain.  The problem is linksys has a little program that initializes the wireless connection, but only after you login.  This is a problem when you are doing things on the domain controller like login scripts and roaming profiles.  Has anyone used this option and got it working and if so, please share.

Thanks,
Tom
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I forgot to say that the desktop is running Windows 2000 Pro
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Hi tommoran,
You can also put it in as a scheduled task, - Task Scheduler can set a task to be run every time your computer starts, so this is a very easy solution which may serve well for your purpose.

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Sven
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