microsoft.public.windows.group_policy - Microsoft Windows
Hi, im trying to set up a Group Policy (Windows Server 2003 SP1) to configure the Wireless LAN settings. If I choose the Network Authentication WPA-PSK there is no field where I can enter my Pre-Shared-Key (it doesn't matter which Data encryption option I select). The checkbox "The Key is provided automatically" is checked and greyed-out, so that I can't uncheck this option. Does somebody know, where I can enter the PSK, or is this a bug? I know that WPA-PSK is not intented to use for bigger environments, but for my scenario it's ok. Thanks in advance for your answers, Denis Holtkamp
Ok, I have gone through the process to install Office 2007 through AD/Group Policy Management Console on machines in our domain. With other applications we push out, if the application isn't installed, it installs it. If it is installed, it doesn't do anything else. It appears though that with the Office Enterprise 2007 that if it IS installed, that it re installs Office 2007... Is there a way to configure AD/GPMC to only install Office if it ISN'T installed already????? Thanks
Hi all, I'd like to set a Group Policy for my wireless terminals which specifies to use WPA-PSK, to use a specific security key, and which Wireless Access Point to connect to. I have a problem though as when I try to tell the Group Policy what the Network Options are, when I select WPA-PSK from the drop down box, the checkbox "The Key is provided automatically" is selected and greyed out so I can't deselect it. Though my key isn't provided automatically, I am not using 802.1x RADIUS, I want to manually plumb in the WPA-PSK security key and deploy that to all my clients. Can this be done?
I have configured my laptop with WindowsXP Pro to use WPA Pre Shared Key and TKIP. I have configured my router (Linksys WRT54g) to renew the keys after 3600 secs. After 3600 secs my wireless connection dies: the status shows that the connection is still up, but no packages are being transmitted. I need to disable and re-enable the wireless network device, which effectively builds a new connection, to get the connection going again. Any idea how to solve this? - Thanks! Cheers, Marnix