How do I connect to wireless network by using Windows built-in Utility/Client(WZC)?
Part 1: Exit the TP-Link Utility and start the Wireless Zero Configuration service on your computer
After exiting TP-Link Utility, select and right click on My Computer on desktop, select Manage to open Computer Management window.
Expand Services and Applications->Services, find and locate Wireless Zero Configuration in the Services list on the right side.
Select Wireless Zero Configuration, right click, and then select Properties.
Change Startup type to Automatic, click on Start button and make sure the Service status is Started. And then click OK.
Part 2: Connect to wireless network
Open Control panel, select and double click Network Connections.
Select Wireless Network Connection, right click it and select Properties.
Choose “Wireless Networks” tab and tick “Use Windows to configure my wireless network settings” check box then click OK.
Then Select Wireless Network Connection, right click it, select and click View Available Wireless Networks.
Click Refresh Network list to view available wireless networks. Select the correct network which you want to connect, double click it or click Connect button.
If the wireless network is secured, it will pop up a window asking for the key/password.
Enter the correct Key/Password then click Connect, wait for a while, you will connect the wireless network.
1. If it keeps connecting to the network or acquiring IP address, please check if you have entered the correct key/password.
2. If it shows that the connection is Limited or no connectivity, please ensure that you have enabled DHCP server on the wireless router/access point.
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