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How to use the wireless function under WinPE4.0?

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Sparkle    0

Does anybody know how to use wireless under WinPE4.0? By the way, the winpe is made by WAIK, if anybody knows please kindly advice, thanks~

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Tripredacus    285

Hope you mean ADK! Supposedly, WinPE4 has native support for wireless and it was on my project list at one point but I removed it recently. Does IPCONFIG see your wireless NIC?

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Sparkle    0

Hope you mean ADK! Supposedly, WinPE4 has native support for wireless and it was on my project list at one point but I removed it recently. Does IPCONFIG see your wireless NIC?

Thanks Tripredacus, you're right, it's windows ADK. As I know, winpe3.0 provide good support for wireless. So I would like to support implanted into winpe4.0. To support wireless appear to have wlansvc service, I have tried with wireless related documents copied into the corresponding folder and import the registry key to solve, but still does not start the service. Through the ipconfig command I can see the wireless NIC, can you give me some help? Thanks again~

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Sparkle    0

Do you get an IP address for your WLAN NIC?

I can get IP address under winpe3.0 but it's not winpe4.0. It seems to be under the winpe4.0 must have wlansvc service....

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cluberti    5

802.1x support (for network security) isn't the same as wireless. As far as I know, there's no support for wireless devices in WinPE by default, and to get them there would require porting the wireless networking service(s) as well as a bit more of the network stack. Might be an interesting project, but it'd be just that.

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