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Wireless NIC Changes When External

Posted on 2013-12-12
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I have a user who has a laptop assigned to them, the wireless card has a static address assigned to it and the user does not administrative rights to change the properties of the card.

When the user is external from the warehouse, say at home, how can I set up the laptop so that he can login and use the wireless card with DHCP without him having to change the properties of the card?

Thanks in advance.

Harada
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Jus t go into the properties of the TCP/IP settings and setup the "Alternate Configuration" via the tab next to the "General" tab.
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Thank you kindly!
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