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Chris Wrigley 03-29-2008 12:54 PM

Network enable/disable repair - now unable to
 
Have recently set up LAN for ethernet hard drive, primarily to increase
storage for laptop.
In the past when connecting to networks I have been able to enable/disable
and repair both wired and wireless network connections when required or
necessary ( using an administrator account ) from the network connections
window.
I am now unable to do this,
with wireless
1) Repair - Get message in dialog, Unable to do this, unable to disable
wireless network adapter. Make sure network adapter correctly installed ,
Have successfully uninstalled and reinstalled wireless network adapter. No
Change.
2)Enable/Disable - Get message in dialog, It is not possible to
Enable/Disable the connection at this time. This connection may be using one
or more protocols that do not support Plug-and-Play, or it may have been
initiated by another user or the system account.
with wired
1) Repair - Get message Anable to diable ARP cache
2)Enable/Disable - Get message in dialog, It is not possible to
Enable/Disable the connection at this time. This connection may be using one
or more protocols that do not support Plug-and-Play, or it may have been
initiated by another user or the system account.

I am able to do disable the devices using the device manager, but this is
really for faults with the devices.
I usually disable the devices when not networking ( most of the time) to
increase battery time.

I have checked Local Computer policy - none of the keys in
Local Computer Policy / User Configuration / Administrative Templates /
Network / Network Connections
are configured.

Is it possible to return to old settings with enable/disable repair
available from network connections window ?





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