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my laptops will not connect to my wireless.

Friday, my laptops connected to the wireless network.  Today my laptops will not connect to the wireless network.  The wireless network is up and all the access points are working fine.
Help!!!
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For the God's sake please provide relevant info.
We are IT specialists not PSYCHICS.

What error(s) are you getting?
What type of wireless network is this?
What kind of encryption is in use?
Are there any Radius servers involved? Are they up?
Is this issue happening with ALL or SOME wireless clients?

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We're not at your site and we can not check everything with our own trusted laptop.

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On taskbar (bottom right corner) right click on the wi-fi icon and choose "Open network and sharing center" >> manage wireless networks >> right click on your wireless network name and click "Remove network".
Switch OFF/ ON the wi-fi adapter on your laptop and try to connect to your wireless network again.You will have to type in the password.
I found Your second post there
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Wireless/Q_27884041.html
So, Your problem, that any client couldn´t connect to WiFi provided by Cisco AP´s?
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I found out that I had an ipad that entered the building with an IP address the same as my wireless controller.  I dropped the ipad connection and my client devices were able to connect to the wireless network.<br /><br />Thank you