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Posted on 2006-10-23
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I login to and normal E-net network on a Windows Domain.  After I login the laptop also connect to any wireless network in the aera.  How do I stop it from connecting to the other wireless network?  I need to have the wireless enabled so people can connect when they get home I just want to prevent them from connecting to the wireless networks in the building.
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Go to the properties of the wireless connection

Start->control panel->network connections->wireless connection

right click on wireless connection and click properties. Go to the wireless tab and remove all the networks from the prefered wireless network list except the networks you want to keep.
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