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W2012 Stuck in airplane mode

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I have a Dell M6800 laptop I  just got and it is stuck in Airplane Mode. The icon that allows you to switch to Wireless mode is dim and does not function. Dell had sent a tech over to replace the airplane mode switch and that did not help. None of the solutions I have seen on the internet have helped. Does anyone know what else I can try? This is on W2012 R2 server.
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The airplane mode icon is useless. Turning on Wireless LAN feature in Server Manager was the fix.
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Dell support was of no use. I had another laptop configured the same way and that one worked. So I compared the two,
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