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simultaneous WiFi and LAN connections to company network

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Is there a way to prevent users from connecting to company WiFi while connected via Ethernet.  Adding a wireless access point to the network I have noticed that I am able to connect to both. I am listed in DHCP twice as well as DNS twice.  
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I do not see how this can be done any other way than getting specific software to do so.

http://www.lan-secure.com/WirelessAutoDisable.htm 

Have a look at the link.  

Wireless Protector is windows software that automatically disable WiFi adapters on computers that connected to the company network with LAN cable and re-enable WiFi when the LAN cable is disconnected from the wireless computer. The software wireless auto switching capability helps to secure IT environments from un-trusted WiFi connections that can be used by potential intruders as a bridge to the organization network and prevent computers from using duplicate network resources.

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Trying to accept a solution.  Sorry for the delay.
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