The Intel® PROSet/Wireless Wi-Fi Connection Utility menu options can be used to configure your network settings. A brief overview of each of the following menu options for Microsoft Windows XP* is provided. Further details on the options are available in the Installation and use section of the support site for your wireless adapter.
Exit: Closes the Intel PROSet/Wireless Wi-Fi Connection Utility.
Application Settings: Allows you to set system wide connection preferences.
Intel Wireless Troubleshooter: Helps you resolve Wi-Fi network connection problems.
Manual Diagnostics Tool: Runs a set of diagnostics tests that verify the functionality of your Wi-Fi adapter.
Administrator Tool: Allows administrators or anyone who has administrator privileges on the computer to configure shared profiles (Pre-logon/Common, Persistent, and Voice over IP [VoIP]). It can also be used by an Information Technology department to configure user settings within the Intel PROSet/Wireless software and to create custom install packages to export to other systems.
||The administrator tool is available only if it was installed during a custom installation of the Intel PROSet/Wireless software.|
Adapter Settings: Displays adapter settings that are equivalent to the settings in the Windows* advanced settings. To view the Windows advanced settings, click Start > Network Connections > Wi-Fi Network Connection > Properties > Configure.
Advanced Statistics: Determines how the adapter communicates with an access point.
Use Windows to manage Wi-Fi: Enables Windows XP as the Wi-Fi manager.
Manage Profiles: Allows you to create or edit profiles.
Manage Exclusions: Allows you to exclude networks from automatic connection.
Help: Starts the online help.
About: Displays version information for the currently installed application components.
Open or close Intel® PROSet/Wireless Wi-Fi Connection Utility on Microsoft Windows XP
Where can I find more information on the adapter settings on Windows XP?
Where can I find more information on the advanced statistics?
| Windows XP *, Windows XP 64-Bit Edition*
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