Windows Server 2008 R2 cannot connect to wireless network issues


Users using Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2 may find this problem after the installation is complete: no wireless network is detected.

So, the official website to download and install the driver, restart. After the tossing, I found that I still can't connect to the network. Open Device Manager and discover that the wireless network adapter is working properly. Re-use the system's built-in self-diagnosis and repair system for diagnosis and found no problems. In other words, there is no problem with either hardware or drivers.

In fact, the problem itself is not a problem with wireless network adapters. Instead, the Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2 systems themselves do not have a wireless LAN service installed by default. Knowing the cause of the problem, the solution is simple.

* Start - Programs - Accessories - Administrative Tools - Service Manager * Under the Features branch, find the Wireless LAN Service * Check and install.

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