Install Cisco Wireless Adapter on WIN 2K OS

Posted on 2004-10-22
Last Modified: 2010-08-05
I am having problmem configuring my Cisco wireless adapter card to  work on a laptop that runs WIN 2K. I can not configure the can so that it picks up my wireless signal. Most of my computers are XP and they see the network just fine. Is WIN 2K plug and play? Anyway, whatever advice I can get on this one would be greatly apprecaited.

Question by:tqtclipper
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    The aironet cards do not seem to be plug and play.  You have to download and use the Aironet Client Utility (ACU) as well as the driver from Cisco.  Unless something has changed since I last looked....

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    OK. I will give that a try....


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