PC wireless lan problem - autodisable from lan

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PC wireless lan problem - autodisable from lan

Postby Robert » Sun, 04 Feb 2007 09:58:53 GMT

We have a large number Dell laptops (610) with a percentage going out to
users with a wireless radio problem.  The PCs have an identical OS image and
a 1450 or 1470 wireless card.  A percentage of the PCs when connected to the
lan will not disable the wireless connection as configured.  This creates a
problem as it acquires two IP address.  It does not take long to consume all
the available IPs.  I have checked everything I can think of.  Any ideas. 

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