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jamesagmoore

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First, on a "master" pc setup the wireless connection as desired

Save the current wireless network config to an xml file:

netsh wlan export profile


In the unattended scripts, restore the wireless network settings:

netsh wlan add profile filename="PUT YOUR FILENAME HERE.xml"



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does this work across diferent wireless cards?

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as long as the network card is recoginzed by vista it should, i have had it work across intel pro and dell wireless cards

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Is it possible to do this in WinPE part of install so that Dynamic Update works?

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if I do
netsh wlan add profile filename="PUT YOUR FILENAME HERE.xml"

from WinPE command line I get
The following command was not found: wlan add profile filename="PUT YOUR FILENAME HERE.xml"

can I do this from the Shift F10 cmd prompt?

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I'm guessing maybe my wifi drivers did not load. If I type netsh then ? On my workstation I can see wlan described but on the other machine it's not listed. ****.

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Daedlus

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This works well. Thanks!

PS works on Windows 7 as well

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I do this via GPO. Works fine for me.




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