Wireless connections that are established and then have to authenticate with a private network can add an extra layer of challenge for user and administrator alike. Wireless Single Sign-On in Windows Vista seamlessly integrates wireless authentication with the Windows logon experience, resulting in happier users overall.
In the November issue of TechNet Magazine, Joseph Davies takes a look at the features of Wireless Single Sign-On, how to configure it, and how it works during the user logon process.
Don't forget to take a look at Joe's past installments of The Cable Guy for more information about networking technologies in Windows.
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