A user can manage profile exclusions with Intel® PROSet/Wireless Network Connection Software Version 10.5.x, and later, on Windows 2000* (not with Intel® PROSet 12.x and later) and Windows XP*. Exclude List Management is available when you either select Manage Exclusions from the Profiles menu or click the Properties button on the Wi-Fi Networks list. You are not automatically connected to a network or an access point (AP), or broadband Wi-Fi router, that is on this list.
Use Exclude List Management to exclude entire Wi-Fi networks by Service Set Identifier (SSID), which is the network name. For networks with more than one AP/router, you may exclude an individual Basic Service Set Identifier (BSSID), also commonly referred to as the AP/router radio's MAC address. One may find it particularly useful to exclude neighboring BSSIDs in a home or small-office setting. Such action will prevent you from connecting to someone else's Wi-Fi device.
Displays and options
- Exclude List Management
- Network Name: Name (SSID) of the Wi-Fi network
- Radio: Displays the band if there is a DHCP error
- MAC Address: The Ethernet MAC address of the device
- Reason: Explains why this entry was excluded from automatic connection
- Details: Provides specific information on how AP/router was excluded & how to remove it from exclusion.
Example: User has excluded this network manually.
- Add: Add a network name (SSID) to the list.
- Remove: Remove an entry from the list.
- a. Select the entry from the list.
- b. Click Remove.
- c. Verify your request to remove the entry by clicking Yes.
- Reset list: Removes all of the networks and APs/routers from the Exclude List.
- Close: Closes page and saves settings.
- Help?: Provides help information for this page.
| Windows 2000 *, Windows XP 64-Bit Edition*, Windows XP Professional*, Windows XP Home Edition*, Windows XP Tablet PC Edition*, Windows XP Media Center Edition*
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