Group Policy settings on Wireless

Posted on 2005-04-21
Last Modified: 2008-01-09

I have enable group policy settings on domain and now I have the computer which is not on the network, and  I have changed some settings on wireless ap.

Now that computer does not allow me to change settings under wireless advanced configuration, how can I go around without connecting that machine to the network to change the settings?

Thank you
Question by:itamt
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    Accepted Solution

    Hi itamt,

    Is it possible for you to log on as the local admin and then change the setting?  By doing this you shouldn't get your Domain policies and if for some reason they are cached just set a local policy that reverses them.  Log off and log back on as the local admin account and you should be able to make those changes.


    Author Comment

    Thank you, that worked only under local admin, when I logged back in as that user changes were set still from group policy.

    Under local computer policy there is no option to configure Wireless Settings.


    Expert Comment

    Has anybody found a solution for this?

    Expert Comment

    nope, never found a real good solution for this.

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