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Problem with HP Access Point and Thin Client with Windows XP Embedded

Problem with HP Access Point and Thin Client with Windows XP Embedded

Problem with HP Access Point and Thin Client with Windows XP Embedded

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Hi all

I have from one week HP Access Point installed with HP Controller MSM730. everything is very cool. i can connect with my Iphone to the APs, with my notebook. the problem is when I use a Thin Client with windows XP Embedded, when i try to connect with my Thin Client, the connection is not stable at all, and i cannot get an IP address. he try to connect but he dont arrive.

can Anyone help me plz ????

RE: Problem with HP Access Point and Thin Client with Windows XP Embedded

From the controller, what does the signal strength look like regarding the MAC/IP address of the thin client? Also, is there any updates (firmware/code-wise) that can be done to the thin client?

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