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How to control access to the wireless LAN when wired is present?

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We have a corporate LAN with both Windows XP and Windows 7, desktops and laptops.

We're implementing a wireless network to be used by guests that come into the building.

How can we enforce, for employees, if the wired connection is present, that the machine will always use the wired connection first?

I'm sure there's also a difference for different network cards.

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Thanks Eirman.
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