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Disable internal wireless network card

I would like to prohibit my son from connecting to a wireless network that is available via one of my neighbors

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Well I would access the BIOS on his laptop and do 2 things. 1) Enable a BIOS password and set it. 2) If the laptop has a BIOS controllable wireless setting , disable it. But this will disable the wireless TOTALLY.

Otherwise you need talk to your neighbor and have them set a security on their wireless router.

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