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Wireless Zero Configuration Windows Vista Home Premium

Where is Wireless Zero Configuration located in Windows Vista Home Premium?
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MiComSol
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MiComSol
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tigermattCommented:

It's still in the same place (Services), just by a different name. You are looking for the WLAN AutoConfig service, which should be set to Automated and then Started as you would do before. http://www.blackviper.com/WinVista/Services/WLAN_AutoConfig.htm

-tigermatt
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leegclystvaleCommented:
This will show you better than I can and a step by step guide.
http://forums.techarena.in/tips-tweaks/1039708.htm
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troublefixerCommented:
It should be under Computer management, services adn applications/services.
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MiComSolAuthor Commented:

Thanks for the quick response, tigermatt.
WLAN AutoConfig service is running (Started - Automatic) under services on this brand new Toshiba Satellite.
Wireless is configured, access to Internet or LAN is OK.
But, the stored Wireless connection is dropped on a reboot and has to be re-initiated each time.
Is there a solution to retain the wireless connection settings?
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MiComSolAuthor Commented:
Please close thus question
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MiComSolAuthor Commented:
Please close this question
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tigermattCommented:

Did you manage to find a solution? From what I can see, there's no reason why Vista should drop the settings at each reboot, unless there is some third-party software managing the connection for you, which would then explain the problem.
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MiComSolAuthor Commented:
Trouble came clear and no further complaints from the customer.
Thanks,
Micomsol
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