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Server 2003 needs wpa2 for GPO to lockdown wireless

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We recently installed a wireless network in our school.  It has WPA2 encrytion.  I want to deploy a gpo to prevent the students from changing to an un-secured, unfiltered connection but when I try to create the policy WPA2 is not available.  I saw a 2-3 year old post about only in server 2008 and "Longhorn" but I thought maybe something had changed since then.
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