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- In the Network Connections configuration dialog box, the status of the wireless network connection is "disabled." If you right-click the wireless network connection icon and then click Enable, the Wireless Network Connection dialog box appears and indicates that the connection has been enabled. However, in the Network Connections dialog box, the wireless network connection still appears to be disabled.
Note In Device Manager, the status of the wireless adapter driver is "enabled."
- In the Network Connections dialog box, you right-click the wireless network connection icon and then click Diagnose. When you do this, you receive the following message:Note This message does not indicate the actual cause of the issue. In Device Manager, you can see that the wireless adapter runs correctly. Additionally, if you view the properties of the network adapter, you see that all the protocols are correctly bound to the network adapter.
- Click Start, type server manager in the Start Search box, and then click Server Manager in the Programs list.
If you are prompted for an administrator password or for confirmation, type your password, or click Continue.
- In Server Manager, click Features.
- In the Features pane, click Add Features.
- In the Add Features Wizard, click Wireless LAN Service, and then click Next.
- Click Install.
- After the installation process is complete, click Close.
Article ID: 947307 - Last Review: Mar 11, 2008 - Revision: 1