al1290

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  1. I have an issue with my computer where the wireless adapter doesn't automatically "turn on". In an effort to overcome this, it's been discovered that by turning on the Wireless Zero Configuration Service, and clicking the checkbox "Use Windows to configure my wireless network settings", the computer can connect to the internet. Recently though, I've been trying to come up with a batch script to do just those things to re-automate the process. I researched what I think is the appropriate solution, but I'm unsure if it actually is. From what I read, the equivalent to checking the checkbox is changing a value in the registry. I've copied the value and also exported the appropriate .reg file. My question here is how can I modify the existing value to what it needs to be using a batch script, if that is the solution that I need? Here's the registry path, key, and value: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\WZCSVC\Parameters\Interfaces\{FE2C0402-92E9-4CE3-9379-27A63FB88001} "ControlFlags"="0f918002" I greatly appreciate the help in advance.