Apple Laptop Boot Connect

I'm a first time user of Apple products and have a question about using them in our Windows domain. I have installed ADmitMac and joined the domain. So far so good. My problem lies with booting up using only WiFi to connect. The laptop (new MacBook Pro) does not find any mapped network drives I'm assuming this is because the network card hasn't started yet. Is there any method to have the network available for the system on boot using WiFi only?
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It will require a hack.  Apple purposely disables Wifi on a Macbook until a user logs in.  It's easiest to just use a wired ethernet connection.

There's some complicated instructions on how to set this up.

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Buckeroo_BanzaiAuthor Commented:
Thank you for the prompt response!
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