Re: Network problem
From: Mikek13 (Mikek13_at_discussions.microsoft.com)
Date: Tue, 10 May 2005 13:24:04 -0700
Hi Danny - tried that - but no effect at all. Exactly same symptoms.....
Any more help gratefully accepted.
"Danny Sanders" wrote:
> Just a thought,
> Elevate the user to an admin, install the NIC under the user's account. When
> done remove the user from the admin group and test.
> DDS W 2k MVP MCSE
> "Mikek13" <Mikek13@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > Got a w2k PC that's got wireless NIC. Works fine if booted into admin
> > account first. Logoff and log on users (power users) OK - Users loose the
> > systray icon for the NIC - or at least it behaves as though NIC dead. But
> > NIC up and running and working fine. But if boot and log into User,
> > withough
> > loggin in as Admin first, then NIC really is dead.
> > If then logoff and log in as Admin, with no reboot, NIC starts, and it
> > generates the following entry in event viewer:
> > The system detected that network adapter D-Link AirPlus G DWL-G510
> > Wireless
> > PCI Card #2 was connected to the network, and has initiated normal
> > operation
> > over the network adapter.
> > I think that the D-Link applet that runs in Startup is needed to start the
> > NIC, but if it runs in a User's startup it says it can't find the card.
> > Even
> > if the card is running following an Admin start followed by User log
> > in....
> > Any body advise me how to get W2k to allow users to log in and have
> > working
> > wireless NIC?