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Have to log on twice to get connection with server

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I have several w2k clients in a AD-domain with a win2003 server. The clients are using D-link wireless cards (520+). The problem is that they do not connect to the server the first time I log on after a boot. I have to log on once, log off and then on again.

My guess is that the wireless program doesen't start before I have logged on and thus the client is not really on the network. A friend whispered that this is solved in XP by selecting that windows should handle the wireless settings.

Does any of you out there know what to do in w2k?

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