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blackhat

2003 Server and 802.11b/Wireless

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I've recenly installed windows server 2003 web on my laptop and have found it to run smoother/faster than xp. Since I am a web developer, it's handy to have all the web server stuff anyway. Here's my one hangup, I can't get my wireless card (interal dell 1180) to work. It treats it like a normal nic, and just tells me the cable is disconnected. I can't seem to get to any of the xp-like wireless settings. Am I out of luck with server? Did they just take this feature out completely?

Thanks in advance.

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They won't have taken the feature out completely, cos networking is the most important thing in a Server OS :)

If there's no drivers available at the Dell site, then contact Dell, or ask in their forums (if they have any) for the status on your Wireless NIC and Windows Server 2003.

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Hey, just found a wireless service that is disabled by default. Enabled it and I'm up and running.

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