New Intel Wireless Drivers for Vista Available, may solve some of the Wireless Connectivity Issues

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Networking' started by Edward Ray, Sep 29, 2006.

  1. Edward Ray

    Edward Ray Guest

    I just downloaded the new Vista Drivers for My Intel 2200BG WLAN card. It
    is now able to accept the "Access Accepted" replies from my Windows 2003 R2
    RADIUS server and authenticate and join my AD Domain.
    Edward Ray, Sep 29, 2006
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  2. Edward Ray

    Jeff Guest

    Ya kill me;
    Too funny!!!
    and ya thought it was Vista all this time!!!
    And me;with no initials;tellin ya to look at your hardware.
    Take a break; a vacation; relax; unwind.:) :-O :)
    oh and

    Jeff, Sep 29, 2006
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  3. Edward Ray

    Jeff Guest

    I give ya credit though;
    At least you have the intestinal fortitude to admit that you made a mistake.
    Those initials didn't teach that.
    Happens to everyone.
    glad you got your problem resolved.


    Jeff, Sep 29, 2006
  4. Edward Ray

    Edward Ray Guest

    I still blame Vista, as it should have told me the drivers were incompatible
    with Vista on install. I think you may drink the M$ kool-aid too much. I
    neither love nor hate Microsoft; I just acknowledge its existence and deal
    with it. Since most of my computer/network/data security career is spent
    fixed owned Windows client and server boxes, my skepticism of Microsoft runs
    pretty high. I still recommend to my customers that Microsoft OS-based
    devices be unable to access the Internet directly, but with laptops you do
    not have a choice. Personally I use a Mac laptop for penetration testing
    and daily activities. Much easier to secure and more robust; no ActiveX to
    worry about, which I recommend ActiveX be block by default on all corporate
    networks (except for M$ because they are the only fools who still use it)

    Most of my friends have left M$ for better jobs, so I have very little
    contact there anymore. Microsoft DRM really blows and will end up being a
    mistake IMHO. And this insistence on phoning home via Genuine Advantage has
    got a lot of business owners pissed as well.

    Edward Ray, Sep 30, 2006
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