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MS Zero Config Set Up File (To Install New Wireless Network)

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Hope someone can help with this!

I am setting up a new wireless network but I do not want to give out the details to users so initially thought that I could do each device manually or via VNC.

Now i am wondering if there is a cfg file that I can create for Windows (XP and Vista) which I can email users to which they open it and it will insert the wireless network settings in MS Zero CFG.

Is this possible and if so how do i do it?

Thanks
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Question by:Sk1lly
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cant be don eusing windows wireless as the psk is enrcypted

any cfg file would have to hold the password anyway, so the user could just open it up and look
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