Poll: Do any of the business locations you support use only wireless networking for end-user access?

For many offices, wireless networking is an important complement to the wired network, and in some cases, may even replace it. Do you support offices that have gone totally wireless for end-user access?

Setting up a wireless network isn't as tough as it once was, but manually configuring the wireless settings on each and every Windows machine on your network can still take quite a while. And relying on end users to properly configure their wireless settings can be problematic.

Luckily, using the power and centralization of Windows Active Directory, you can streamline the configuration process. In the IT Dojo video, Configure wireless network settings via Group Policy, I show you the process.

By Bill Detwiler

Bill Detwiler is Editor in Chief of TechRepublic and the host of Cracking Open, CNET and TechRepublic's popular online show. Prior to joining TechRepublic in 2000, Bill was an IT manager, database administrator, and desktop support specialist in the ...