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Change the order of preferred wireless network on 200 PC's

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Windows XP Issue,
I have 200 + PC's that need to have their Wireless settings changed.  
Currently we have a script that disables Dell Control point and uses windows wireless config to configure network A.  The issue is that we have a site that has 2 live wireless networks (A and B).   A is used by general public, while the B is used for something else.  Both networks are in the Preferred network window.  Network B is listed on top while Network A is listed as the secondary one.  We want to change that so Network A becomes the primary network Windows Scans and connects to.  Currently Users get connected to Network B and are not able to get online using Network A.
   Help!!!!!
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Craig Beck earned 2000 total points
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Are the PCs on a domain?

If so, just create a GPO which lists the Wireless profiles, and put them in the correct order.
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Yes the PC's are on Domain
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