Originally Posted by Harsha Raj
Since the Virtual WiFi adapter is integrated under OS level you shouldn't be having any issues with regard to stability.
Also sorry that the particular step was confusing. I'll edit it and make it more pointy.
Can you look at it now and tell me if its understandable?
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Yeah, perhaps a little better. We'll only know if you get no other confusion on that point (but perhaps it was only me, anyway). Thanks!
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Originally Posted by ggfairy
I've created a GUI solution to your method. It is lightweight (less than 200kb) and works only with a click
Download : sdrv.ms/TmzOfU
Thanks, ggfairy. I set up the wifi already using the original guide and was tired of having to go into the steps to set it up on each reboot (actually my technophobe girlfriend was the one having issues). It seems I can use your GUI in conjunction with the original setup and have it set as an admin straight away. Good solution!
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