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Installing on windows server 2008

The drivers seem to be compatible and everything, but the adapter wont blink orange showing its working.

Anyone know a fix?

Windows server 2008 enterprise

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Install the Wireless LAN Service feature under 'Features'

Posted on Sep 02, 2009

  • john Jan 16, 2012

    how do you go about doing that?

  • Ken Rapp Jan 16, 2012

    Start>Administrative Tools>Server Manager.
    Left click 'Features' in the left pane.
    Click 'Add Features' link in right hand window.
    Scroll all the way to the bottom of the 'Select Features' window.
    Put a check mark next to 'Wireless LAN Service'
    Click next and proceed through wizard.

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