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Windows 7 wireless persistent connetion

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I have a windows based signage device (DTResearch) that is connected wirelessly to my network;
wpa2-enterprise/aes/cisco:leap with a saved network credentials username and pass.
I need to remote desktop to the unit to configure the signage but when I connect to the unit remotely it resets the wireless connection and I ultimately cannot connect. if I connect locally everything is fine.
how do I setup a persistent wireless connection on this unit?
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Is the adapter manufacturer app or windows managing the wireless connection?  Sounds like the manufacturer app may be, if so you will have to check the wireless utility for the option to maintain connection.  If windows is controlling the wireless make sure the connect automatically when network is detected is selected.
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