Configuring Wireless Security Settings via GPO

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Using Group Policy wireless extensions you can more easily manage security and encryption settings for your networks wireless clients.

Windows Server 2003 provides functionality via group policy to configure wireless settings for clients in your organization. These settings can only being configured from Active Directory Users and Computers or the Microsoft Group Policy Management Console running on a Windows 2003 Server.

Several wireless policy options are available including:

Limit connections to Infrastructure or Ad-Hoc networks only
Automatically connect to non-preferred networks
IEEE 802.1x
Authentication type (Shared or Open)
EAP Type

Usage of these extensions is good practice for anyone administering a sizable wireless network infrastructure. ')}

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