Windows xp validating wireless connection
This occurs because after you select a policy version, the policy is added in the details pane of the GPME when you select the Wireless Network (IEEE 802.11) Policies node.
This state remains unless you delete the wireless policy, at which time the wireless policy version returns to the right-click menu for Wireless Network (IEEE 802.11) Policies in the GPME.
Alternatively, click the "Windows Activation" icon in the notification area to start the activation process.
Click the "No, I don't want to register now; let's just activate Windows" link if you only want to activate Windows XP Professional, then click "Next." Wait for the activation wizard to establish a network connection.
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Membership in Domain Admins, or equivalent is the minimum required to perform this procedure.
If you need more than one security group for wireless users, repeat these steps to create additional wireless users groups.
Later you can create individual network policies in NPS to apply different conditions and contstraints to each group, providing them with different access permissions and connectivity rules.
Tip Record the shared secret for each wireless AP and store it in a secure location, such as an office safe.
You must know the shared secret for each wireless AP when you configure RADIUS clients in the NPS.The procedure then describes how to either open an existing domain-level Group Policy object (GPO) for editing, or create a new domain GPO and open it for editing.