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Wireless Authentication fow Win VISTA
COuld someone suggest a type of authentication that works for VISTA, i have read that LEAP doesn't work, Does anyone know which one works without any problems with both VIsta and XP
Connecting to Wi-Fi Networks Using Windows Vista
Although the new networking interfaces in Vista may be better organized and enhanced for the majority of consumers, most IT professionals and advanced PC users won’t care for the redesign. As you’ll see, accessing some networking configuration and connection detail windows now requires more clicks than before.
Connecting to a Wireless Network
One of the most similar networking tasks in Vista compared to XP is the process of connecting to wireless networks. The only major change is that the connecting window in Vista doesn’t provide direct access to the wireless network preferences and advanced settings. To access these items in Vista, you have to go to the Network and Sharing Center.
Here’s how to connect to a Wi-Fi network in Vista:
1. Right-click on the network status icon in the system tray, and select Connect to a network.
The connection window pops up:
For more go to Wifi pune, Wi-fi Pune, Pune Unwire - Connecting to Wi-Fi Networks Using Windows Vista
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