Windows XP SP3 – Wireless Network ERROR:”At least one of your changes was not applied succesfully to your network configuration”

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GPO
Window XP
Wireless
Hi all. This is the 1st time i ask something here do i hope i did everything right. In the last weeks some of my company's laptop are having some issues with accessing the wifi network. The configuration is uploaded to authorized users by a GPO, but sometimes i get some users complaining they can't connect. So when i check i can see that the WLAN config is not set properly (don't know how this happens) and when i try to correct all the parameters i apply the changes but an error message pops saing: "At least one of your changes was not applied succesfully to your network configuration". Try to gpupdate /force but it does not upload the right config. I have found a MS Hotfix for this but nothing changed. Is anyone else experiencing the same issue? Thanks a lot in advice. Regards, Mattia

Software/Hardware used:
Win XP SP3 - Lenovo T420
ASKED: June 26, 2013  12:15 PM

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