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Network Icon Went Missing From System Tray

Posted on 2008-10-30
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The other day, my network status icon in the System tray disappeared.  All I did was re-boot.
Perhaps some auto installed update occurred.

Anyway, since I have multiple networks to choose from, I like having it, since with one click, I can see staus, and change to another network if I need to.
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1. Click on a blank area of the taskbar or the start orb
2. Select Properties
3. Select the Notification Area tab
4. Under system icons, select the ones you want to be displayed.
5. Then click OK
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Bingo.  TO the point, and great!  I wonder how it somehow got turned off.  Oh Well.
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