Microsoft wants to take the PhD out of setting up your home network. Windows Vista therefore will try to eliminate the need to enter WEP encryption keys. As the video below demonstrates, Windows Vista is starting to get there.
We just get a bit of an uncomfortable feeling whenever a vendor promises to configure third party devices. Because we've heard this all before. In 2004 the company unveiled a Smart Network Key technology that would work brilliantly, provided that your device supported the proprietary Microsoft standard.
One year later the company had to apologize and joined the WiMedia Alliance. Will things work out better this time?
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