Wireless Group Policy screw up Wireless

Posted on 2014-09-02
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Last Modified: 2014-09-08
not connectedHi,

I have deploy Wireless Group Policy but for some reason it screw up the wireless network card - it says no connections are available.

See attached image.

The only way to get around with this is disable and enable Wifi card (built in) but that defeats the purpose of using group policy.

Appreciate any help.
Question by:mcse2007
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Expert Comment

by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
ID: 40300444
perhaps you should go into detail as to what options you set in group policy.

Expert Comment

by:Matt D
ID: 40300493
Agreed.  These Wireless GP settings can be very misleading.

Let us know what you're trying to accomplish, and what you currently have in your policy.

Accepted Solution

mcse2007 earned 0 total points
ID: 40300893
updated the driver of the WNIC that seemed to resolve the problem.

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