SWO.ini Driver File Contents (R86279.EXE)

;************************~~~~~IMPORTANT~~~~~~*********************************
;									     *
;THIS INI FILE IS TO BE USED BY IT ADMINISTRATORS ONLY TO CONFIGURE THE END  *
;USER'S PROSET SETTINGS.TO HAVE THE NEW SETTINGS APPLIED,THIS FILE HAS TO BE *
;PUSHED TO THE END USER'S SYSTEM IN THE DIRECTORY OF "\Program Files\Intel\  *
;PROSetWireless\PROSet\Import" AND THE END USER'S PROSET ZERO CONFIG SERVICE *
;HAS TO BE RUNNING.	   					             *
;									     *
;DO NOT CHANGE ANYTHING IN THIS FILE EXCEPT THE VALUES FOLLOWING THE "="     *
;SIGNS. TO AVOID OVERWRITTING ANY EXISTING SETTINGS JUST SIMPLY OMIT THE     *
;CORRESPONDING VALUES FOLLOWING THE "=" SIGNS. ALL THE VALUES HAVE TO FOLLOW *
;THE "=" SIGNS IMMEDIATELY WITHOUT ANY WHITE SPACE IN BETWEEN.		     *
;									     *
;*****************************************************************************


[SWO_SECURITY_SETTINGS]
;If the end user's PROSet settings is password protected, the old password
;has to be specified correctly. Use the SWO.exe to have password encrypted
;and copy the result to the right hand side of "=" sign.
OldPassword=

;To change the password, use the SWO.exe to have the new password encrypted 
;and copy the result to the right hand side of the "=" sign. 
;If the NewPasword is left with no value, password will not be changed;
;If the NewPasword is set as "NewPassword=Absent", the password will be deleted.
NewPassword=

[ADAPTER_SETTINGS]
;Connection preference
;0 - Connect to infrastructure and ad hoc networks
;1 - Connect to infrastructure networks only
;2 - Connect to ad hoc networks only
ConnectionPref=

;Wireless mode selection
;This option will only affect installations with the 2200 adapter.
;0 - Connect to both 802.11g and 802.11b networks
;1 - Connect to 802.11g networks only
;2 - Connect to 802.11b networks only
WirelessMode=

;11b/11g mixed environment protection protocol
;This option will only affect installations with the 2200 adapter.
;0 - RTS/CTS enabled
;1 - CTS to Self enabled
CTStoSelf=

;Preamble Mode
;This option will only affect installations with the 2200 adapter.
;0 - Auto Transmit Preamble
;1 - Long Transmit Preamble
PreambleMode=

[PROFILE_MANAGEMENT_SETTINGS]
;Auto-connection
;0 - Connect to available network using profiles only
;1 - Connect to any available network if no matching profile found
;2 - Connect to any network based on profiles only (Cisco mode)
AutoConnection=

;Display available networks when not associated
;0 -  Turn OFF the feature
;1 -  Turn ON the feature
DisplayAvailNetworks=

;Notify when disabling profile management features
;0 -  Turn OFF the feature
;1 -  Turn ON the feature
NotifyDisablingProfMang=

;Notify when Windows XP Zero Config is enabled
;0 -  Turn OFF the feature
;1 -  Turn ON the feature
NotifyXPZcfgEnabled=

;Disable Windows XP Zero Config service silently
;0 -  Turn OFF the feature
;1 -  Turn ON the feature
DisableXPZcfg=

;Do not cache credentials
;0 -  Turn OFF the feature
;1 -  Turn ON the feature
DontCacheCred=

;Enable profile management features
;PROSet does not allow the user manually turn off this feature, so
;value of 0 is not allowed.
;1 -  Turn ON the feature
EnableprofileMGT=

;Notify on 802.1x challenge failure
;0 -  Turn OFF the feature
;1 -  Turn ON the feature
Notify8021xFailure=

;Enable Mixed-Cell (Requires Cisco CCX option)
;0 -  Turn OFF the feature
;1 -  Turn ON the feature
EnableMixedCell=

;Only connect with this profile
;0 -  Turn OFF the feature (Value of SingleProfileName should be omitted)
;1 -  Turn ON the feature  (Value of SingleProfileName has to be provided)
EnableSingleProfile=

;Specify the single profile name. 
;This single profile has to exist in the end user's system or will be pushed
;to the end's user system through the Auto-Import mechanism before placing
;this INI file in the "Import" directory if EnableSingleProfile=1
SingleProfileName=

[SSO_FEATURE_SETTINGS]
;Switch to common and persistent profile management
;0 -  Turn OFF the feature
;1 -  Turn ON the feature
ManageCPnPTP=

;Enable Persistent Connect
;0 -  Turn OFF the feature
;1 -  Turn ON the feature
EnablePTC=











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