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Most likely, what they want is for there to be no other connections active on the computer you will be using for business. In other words, it should not have any connectivity to any other computers or devices in your house. It should have no other routes to the outside world other than through the corporate VPN. A VPN on one computer should not have any ...


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No, the Dell 1703 uses the Atheros AR9485 chip (PCI\VEN_168C&DEV_0032) %ATHR.DeviceDesc.3119% = ATHR_DEV_OS61_3119.ndi, PCI\VEN_168C&DEV_0032&SUBSYS_02091028 ATHR.DeviceDesc.3119 = "Dell Wireless 1703 802.11b/g/n (2.4GHz)" , which only supports 2.4GHz.


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Generally speaking when a wifi product today refers to both 2.4GHz and 5GHz compatibility, it's referring to wifi using the 802.11ac standard. While some of the prior standards did technically support 5GHz, finding hardware that actually implemented this was difficult. You'll want a new wifi card that implements 802.11ac if you want to take advantage.


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What you are looking for is essentially a "Captive Portal" server for your wireless networks. I would suggest you look at pfSense, it is an open source Firewall/Unified Threat Management system and has Captive Portal functionality built in. You can also do time restrictions based on VLAN, IP, MAC, Route, etc. Very powerful platform. Even lets you produce ...


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It sounds like some name resolution issue which results in timeout. You should run packet sniffer between Domain Controller and end station and see what's missing/broken.


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Sounds like a wait for network issue. Take a look at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2421599


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Turns out Credant Protector Client was interfering with the login. I uninstalled and works fine!



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