Hi Ivo, Could you in detail this issue can be resolved? I am running into
same problem where I can not change Wireless Connection settings.

Thanks in advance.
Suresh

"Ivo" wrote:

> In the domain policy under windows, security there was a "wireless" section.
> When I remove that one, the "lock" was gone.
> Thanks, Ivo
>
> "Christian Huitema" wrote:
>
> >
> > "Ivo" wrote in message
> > news:565E1E76-08DD-41E3-B29A-89ABC77377A9@microsoft.com...
> > >I have completely re-installed my notebook after unsolved problem with not
> > >be
> > > able to request certificates... After the re-install this is OK now.
> > > So in Wireless Networks, I truy to configure one SSID. Whatever I want to
> > > change, I get the message "at least one of your changes was not applied
> > > successfully to the wireless configuration". The problem seels related to
> > > MS
> > > KB Article ID : 892087. When I look back the changes have NOT been
> > > applied.
> > > Tried a second wireless adapter, same behaviour. The XPPRO SP2 client is
> > > part of a Windows 2003 SBS domain.

> >
> > This error message applies when your wireless configuration is "locked"
> > through group policy. The domain administrator entered a group policy
> > (through the SBS domain) that specifically prevents you from configuring a
> > new SSID on your notebook. If you really need that functionality, you should
> > get the administrator to change this lock-down policy.
> >
> > -- Christian Huitema
> >
> >
> >