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Mick2

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Reference my wireless network card (Belkin):
Can anyone tell me what the word/acronym WLANSTAT means?

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never seen wlanstat before..but it seems to be an exe designed for monitoring and configuring a wireless system...probably stnad sofr Wireles LAN (local area netork) Status...references i've seen for it...are involving checking settings...monitoring trafffic and configurations..

why do you ask?
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Hi Dsenette,
Thanks for your help.

You are correct; C:\Program Files\Belkin 802.11g Wireless PCI Card Configuration Utility\Utility.exe
starts the (WLANSTAT) configuration utility.

My curiosity has been aroused, because I have a program called The Ultimate Troubleshooter (www.answersthatwork.com) on my computer. It identifies (if it can) all

progams which are running, and tells me which ons are superfluous crud, resource hogs, etc..

If it can't identify a program (as in this case), I am encouraged to contact www.answersthat work.com and supply them with as much information as I can, so that they can

update their database.

I perform a Live Update on The Ultimate Troubleshooter every week, so I am hoping that I can eventually get to the bottom of this little conundrum.

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Mick2
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