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Figure 6-18 The Set Network Location dialog box offers many details that can be customized
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6 The Location Type options indicate the category of the network This is either public or private 7 The Network Icon shows the current icon selected for the connection You can change the icon by clicking the Change button next to this setting 8 Click OK to close the Set Network Location dialog box
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The Set Network Location dialog box allows you to customize a network connection to meet your specific needs It doesn t really sound like an earth-shattering achievement, but the idea behind it was to help people who are connecting to various wireless networks This allows you to assign a specific name to each wireless network that you might connect to, rather than having to use whatever name is part of the network s Service Set Identification (SSID) For example, consider the laptop user in Figure 6-19 NOTE If you re connecting to a hidden wireless network that is not broadcasting an SSID, this is a way to indicate at least to yourself which network it is As you can see from the example, there are five different networks to which our user, Kip, can connect A couple of these don t really concern him; the rest have names that make sense to the network administrator or to the administrator s overall naming plan, but they aren t meaningful to Kip As such, Kip can personalize the connection names in Network Details to make them relevant
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Figure 6-19 Users can give available wireless networks their own names to make the connections
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Figure 6-20 Users connecting to multiple wired networks can give those networks meaningful names
Now, instead of names like PresWiFi8021, SweetBikez, and CafeExpress, Kip can rename them to be more readily understandable, like Preston High School, Pedro s Home Network, and Coffee Shop But the Personalize feature isn t just for wireless networks it s also for wired connections This isn t too crucial of a feature for computers with just one network connection, but laptop users or those who have more than one network to which they can connect will find this feature useful For example, consider the user in Figure 6-20 His workplace uses three networks to which he connects at various times during the day The convenience of Vista, however, keeps him from having to remember which network is which By giving the networks his own names, it s easier to keep track of what he s doing
WIRELESS NETWORK CONFIGURATION
We touched on connecting to a wireless network in 5, but let s take a closer, more in-depth look at configuring a Windows Vista wireless network This section looks at two ways you can configure your wireless connection: through the Connect To A Network dialog box and using the netsh command on the command line
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The way most wireless local area networks (LANs) are configured is through the Connect To A Network dialog box This is the standard, point-and-click way to configure such a connection The dialog box can be called up in a number of ways, but for the sake of this exercise, click Start and select Connect To This displays the Connect To A Network dialog box, which is used to select a wireless network to which you ll connect An example is shown in Figure 6-21 The dialog box is a somewhat retooled version of the wireless network dialog box from Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2) This dialog box not only handles wireless connections, but also VPN and dial-up connections To connect to a listed network, simply double-click its relevant icon If the network you wish to connect to is not listed, click Set Up A Connection Or Network, and Vista will display a dialog box There are several options from which you can choose, including: Connect to the Internet Set up a wireless router or access point
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