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11 20th September 21:41
andre da costa [extended64]
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You are welcome Nancy. Hope it helps you.
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12 20th September 21:41
tom
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Well, i tried getting my wireless working on vista but it continually says
that i have limited connectivity - maybe because i have a 48 character
WPA key?



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13 20th September 21:41
zack whittaker
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It could well be - try restricting it to a smaller one, or setup unique MAC
address connectivity, so that as long as you have your MAC address of your
computer's wireless device set on the router or server, it'll let you on and
nobody else! )

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14 20th September 21:41
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I think I need a course in security and networking together, Zack. :-}

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15 20th September 21:41
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Rumor has it that networking is still going to get some major reworking
before RC1. So you may not want to invest too much time in it just yet.
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16 20th September 21:41
zack whittaker
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I really don't mind helping you out at any time Nancy - I'm in your IM list
so gimme a shout if you need anything )

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17 20th September 21:41
zack whittaker
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Rumour... yeh )
Networking stack still in pre-beta 2 whilst the rest of the OS is in Beta 2
stage (or there abouts) but the networking stack will be up to Beta 2
scratch by the time that the public beta is released.

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18 26th September 19:20
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try changing the channel that helps
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19 26th September 19:20
andre da costa [extended64]
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Maybe Zack will be able to answer this one, I am still learning when it
comes to wireless.
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