ok, I understand, and this makes it a little harder. Since you do have
access at least, you do know the SSID then. The Vista network wizard should
be able to set that up. Go to Start > Control Panel > Network and Sharing
Center > Set up a wireless network, and click next. In this window there is
a place for Network Name (SSID) and the other parameters you need to set up.
You have to get it all perfect or no connection. Using the Manage Wireless
Network Wizard bring up only WAPs that Broadcast SSID and you just select
from a list. That doesn't seem like it will work for you. Does this help?
"Josh T." <JoshT@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> Unfortunately this is not an AP I control nor manage, and I am unable to
> on the SSID, even for a moment. While I have worked in IT in the past,
> that is not my job title in my current role, and the call to
> would have to come from another state, so I'm trying to avoid that
> if at all possible.
> "Mick Murphy" wrote:
>> Turn the SSID on, get it connected; then turn the SSID to not broadcast.
>> Mick Murphy - Qld - Australia