I'm trying to set up a completely wireless office, with mostly Windows 7 and a few Windows 8 clients, and one problem I've run into is login scripts. The security guys don't want to allow machine authentication, only user, so connecting to wireless before logon is not possible for me. I've found articles that mention how to do this via scheduled tasks, triggered on Event ID 8003 in WLAN-AutoConfig. However, this seems to fire on association, before IP assignment, so the call to the login script (on the domain controller) fails. If I tell it to delay 10 seconds after the event, it usually works, but sometimes fails as it still hasn't finished the DHCP process, and I need a reliable solution that allows the users to get to work as soon as possible after logon. I've found an Event 4002 in NetworkProfiles that seems to fire after IP assignment, but it also seems to fire at other times as well, and I don't want the script to run while the user is in the middle of something.
Does anyone know of an event that is only fired once on wireless connection after the IP address has been received? Or is there a better way of doing this?
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