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Are there any issues related to smaill business server 2003 and wireless access point. I was able to implement server successfully on the network except one laptop that has wireless connection to the network. With network I mean the smaill business server 2003. Maybe I didnt proper steps when I was setting up this laptop with the server.

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There shouldn't be.

Are you using an Access Point or Router for the wireless connection?

If it's an access point, connecting to the LAN with DHCP enabled will give the AP (Access Point) an IP on your network.  Configuring your wireless card correctly should allow you to connect through the AP and get an IP from the LAN.  Everything should work fine.

Can you provide more details on your setup?

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