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    Windows Zero Configuration (XP)

    My Windows Zero Configuration in computer management is set to start automatically but for some reason it does not start. Upon starting it up manually I then have to change the advance settings in the wireless network connection to let windows manage my wireless network connection.

    Is there a way a batch file can be executed to turn both of these settings on?

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    Re: Windows Zero Configuration (XP)

    I used the Windows Config utility for years until a driver update then I found adding the Dell Utility to control everything worked better. A long-winded way of saying you should try the utility your wireless card came with.

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    Re: Windows Zero Configuration (XP)

    > Is there a way a batch file can be executed to turn both of these settings on?

    Only if a command-line program is available which has parameters to cause this to happen, I'm afraid...
    BATcher

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