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  • wireless gpo

    hi all

    i notice i dont have settings for
    wireless network on my gp object. ?

    thanks

  • #2
    Re: wireless gpo

    MORE info is needed!

    1. What Server OS are you running?
    2. Where are you looking for this wireless GPO?
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    • #3
      Re: wireless gpo

      hi wired

      os 2003 sp2

      in gp object under security settings

      thanks

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      • #4
        Re: wireless gpo

        First of all what are you trying to do? Second, drips and drabs of information isn't helping any1, least of all you! MUCH MUCH MUCH more info please!!

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        • #5
          Re: wireless gpo

          >First of all what are you trying to do?
          see the settings and configure them!!!

          >drips and drabs of information isn't helping any1
          i realy dont think there is more info to give.

          i gave some, yet still dont think they was relevent
          like what kind of os i have?
          no nt4 no linux believe me. i am asking beacuse i know
          they suppose to be on.
          where are u loking for those settings?
          not on the moon.

          only, if some one had this "problem" in the future
          and can give me a quick answer
          like adm file missing, or filter of view.

          otherwise
          please dont answer

          thanks

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          • #6
            Re: wireless gpo

            Dav9, is you don't give all the relevant info then this topic is useless and I will request to close this topic.

            With the current answers nobody can help you. You have a problem, we don't!
            So if you need any help, give all the relevant info what is requested.

            Also with answers that you aren't looking on the moon for some whatever settings won't help you much, also not in the future
            We expect (read the forum rules) a professional attitude, and so far I can't see any professional attidute with you.
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            • #7
              Re: wireless gpo

              OK, thread being watched closely and WILL be closed if needed.

              Dav9:
              Until you create a wireless policy, the "Wireless Network" (IEEE 802.11) Policies branch in GPO Editor will be empty. This is not like e.g. Account policies where you see settings in the right hand pane. Instead you right click the branch and select "Create Wireless Network Policy" then follow the wizard.

              I think this answers your question, but it may be I have picked up your problem incorrectly. If so, please post more details, possibly with screen shots (a picture is worth a thousand words.... except for 2000 word essays )
              Last edited by Ossian; 13th June 2008, 07:56.
              Tom Jones
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              • #8
                Re: wireless gpo

                Originally posted by dav9 View Post
                >First of all what are you trying to do?
                see the settings and configure them!!!
                Well if your looking for standard wireless settings like encryption and SSID etc then you won't find them in GPO's.........................

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