[opensource] Intel for OSU wireless, anyone?

Brian Dittmer dittmer.6 at osu.edu
Thu Oct 19 13:28:43 EDT 2006

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> I'm looking for someone who knows how to connect to OSU's wireless network with an Intel utility. OIT refuses to help me connect using "3rd-party", non-Microsoft software, although they admit to know how. I had it working once before, but they recently changed their security certificates. They now have 2 running and I can't figure out how to select both of them. When I had Intel running, it worked several times faster than Windows. It also lacked several glitches that Microsoft had. Microsoft often has a hard time deciding whether or not it's really connected (of course, it's not) and only gives me the option to "disconnect" until I restart my computer a few times, which can be beyond frustrating. Can anyone help me?
> -Brian Swaney
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