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Why must I sometimes temporarily disable my wired ethernet device to use MSUnet Wireless?

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Why must I sometimes temporarily disable my wired ethernet device to use MSUnet Wireless?

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When our wireless equipment administration software detects a computer which has both wired and wireless devices, some configurations and combinations of these two devices cause the administration software to reject the connection. This behavior makes MSUnet Wireless seem unreachable and is a bug in the administrative software. We expect a forthcoming software update will resolve this issue. A temporary workaround is to disable your wired ethernet device whenever you connect to MSUnet Wireless.

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