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Keeping Wireless Connections After Sysprep'ing an Image

By icingdeath1 ·
Has anyone found a way to keep the wireless connections intact after a sysprep so they stay in the image? I have serveral wireless connections that I have to setup and I can set them up as the local admin and make them global for anyone that logs into the system however if I sysprep the computer to make and image to dump to other systems the wireless connections that I setup get removed. I would like to find a way to keep them intact or a way to store them and easily restore them possibly through startup scripts so that I don't have to manually setup the connections for each PC that I dump the image on.

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Wireless SSID Scripting help needed...

by harpreetsb In reply to Keeping Wireless Connecti ...

I am also looking for this solution & may be scripting could help us out...

Cheers..
Harpreet

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Has anyone found a solution or script for this?

by cola82 In reply to Keeping Wireless Connecti ...

Has anyone found a solution or script for this? I noticed it was a while ago but I am running in to the same issue.

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Repost as 'Q&A'

by CharlieSpencer In reply to Has anyone found a soluti ...

Try configuring the wireless settings logged on as local Admin before running SysPrep.

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