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How Do I disconnect my wireless connection using the Linksys Wireless Network Monitor WPC54GS?

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Hello all - I recently installed a Linksys wireless network in my home and disabled my Windows XP Wireless Zero Configuration tool as part of the installation (and per the recommendation of Linksys).  In it's place, I am using the Linksys Wireless Network Monitor v1.0.

My question is, how do I disable/drop my wireless connection when I want to continue working offline?  I would think there would be a disconnection option in the Wireless Network Monitor, but this does not appear to be the case.  Please advise how I can easily disconnect from the wireless network, short of pulling my card out. :)

Thanks!
Brian
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Gary Dewrell earned 500 total points
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Hi yoda5,
Right click My Network Places, Select properties, right click on your wirless card, select disable.

God Bless
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yeah... is there any other way to do that?  once i disable from my system tray the icon drops off.  i was thinking that somewhere there was a way to disconnect/reconnect from the same spot.
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