|03 Nov 2011||#1|
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Possiblity Question: Can I create multiple "profiles" for WiFi adapter
I do not think this is possible, but it is worth a shot anyway.
Is there a way that I can create/save multiple network connection "profiles" for the wireless adapter in my laptop?
For work, I often connect to our device routers to program them before they go to the customer. I connect to them via WiFi and I have to edit my IPv4 settings for each model of router.
I'd like to create/save a profile for each of these where I can disable the DHCP standard profile and then enable whichever IP address scheme I need.
Kind of hopeful, i know, but maybe someone knows of something.
Thanks for any help in advance.
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|04 Nov 2011||#2|
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yes, but usually you need to do so through your adapter itself, not through windows (I don't really know where a windows profile could be kept, but I will look). Here is my adapter location for different profiles I can save:
You might look Here for a windows-based profile:
However, after re-reading your post, I do not think it is likely you can have that setting saved to a profile, but try anyway
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