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Is it possible to connect a Mac wirelessly through Windows Server 2003

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I've got a DSL router connected to my Windows 2003 server. DHCP for my internal network is assigned by the server, not the router. I also have a wireless router, acting as an access point to the network. Windows machines that connect wirelessly through the access point still get DHCP assigned by the 2003 server.

There is a Mac laptop that I need to connect wirelessly to the internet, but I have not yet been able to make this work. They can detect the wireless network, but when they go to enter the WEP password, it simply can not connect.

Is it possible to allow them access to the internet wirelessly with my current configuration? If so, how?

Do you need more information? If so, let me know what you need. Thanks!
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