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dumlutimuralp
Beginner

Disabling Wireless NIC when Wired NIC is being used ?

Hi all,

I understand that Cisco Secure services client has this feature.

However I need competitor info about this ?

I know that Juniper Odyssey also does this.. but howabout Checkpoint or Websense Endpoint Clients ? Anyone has any document or info ?

Thanks in advance.

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Leo Laohoo
VIP Community Legend

I do recall that some PC/Laptop manufacturer have "NIC Switching" disabled by default on the BIOS. You may want to check this out.

Here is more info:

Juniper Client -- Its called wireless suppression

Intel ProSet --- I forget what its called off the top of my head but its in the advance set. Its free ....

"Satisfaction does not come from knowing the solution, it comes from knowing why." - Rosalind Franklin
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I have also found out that Checkpoint Endpoint Security client also does this.

Thanks a lot.

Unfortunately we don't use any third party supplicants except Intel PROSet.

Someone had mentioned this can be done via PROSet...I upgraded my version to the latest (12.4) but didn't see that option anywhere.

Could someone please confirm it's indeed available within Intel PROSet, and if so, how do I enable the feature that can disable wireless when docked or connected via wired?

Leo Laohoo
VIP Community Legend

Have you checked the BiOS?

In Intel PROSet

Click Tools-->Admin Tools--> Adapter Switching.

See screen shot attached

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"Satisfaction does not come from knowing the solution, it comes from knowing why." - Rosalind Franklin
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Thanks for the screenshot and path to the feature.

Under Tools I don't see "Admin Tools" even though I'd installed the "Administrator Toolkit" for PROSet.

I'll re-install PROSet to see if I can get it to show.

thanx

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