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How to export & import wireless profile

Posted on 2011-09-28
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I'm running Windows XP  SP3 and I've already set up my wireless with a profile (Profile name : GDT1). How do I export this profile ? Also I need  a script that will allow all users  to import it in their laptops.
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by:Bianchi928
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Okay ..I have solved a bit of my problem...I already have a xxx.p10 file sitting on a network drive . All I need now is a vbscript that will be sent to all laptop users to run which will load the xxx.p10 profile in their respective laptop

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Is this for the Intel Proset Wireless?

In Program Files\Intel Proset Wireless\ There is an AutoImport folder. The profiles can be copied there, via script/manually, and it will be sucked into the App as a profile....

I am positive I do not have the path above correct, but the key is the AutoImport folder....
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Yes it's for Inter Proset Wireless. I saw the Autoimport and I try it later and let you know. It's almost home time for us in Australia.

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It just works fine mate. I might ask you for something in the same question. Is there an easy way to delete some other profiles that I don't want to be used. Remember I need to do that for 400 users.

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Well done
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I want to say they are stored in an odd format under %appdata%\intel\WIFI\WLAN Profiles (hidden folder I think? )

They are not obviously named though, if memory serves.....

Like your SSID of HOME, in the Home profile, might be something totally offbase.....
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