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MC9090G (Windows CE 5.0) and WPA-PSK

Hi!

We are simply trying to configure the handheld to connect to our Cisco Aeronet APs using WPA-PSK and are not having any success.

How did you get it to work?

Thanks in advance,
Michael
(helpdesk@andonline.com)

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