Tuesday, March 24, 2009

ThinkVantage Access Connections Versions 5.20

                                                                   Revision : 01
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Software Name      ThinkVantage Access Connections

Support models     ThinkPad R400
                   ThinkPad R500
                   ThinkPad T400
                   ThinkPad T500
                   ThinkPad W500
                   ThinkPad W700, W700ds
                   ThinkPad X200, X200s, X200 Tablet
                   ThinkPad X300, X301

                   ThinkPad SL300
                   ThinkPad SL400
                   ThinkPad SL500

                   ThinkPad R50, R50e, R50p, R51, R51e, R52
                   ThinkPad R60, R60e, R61, R61e, R61i
                   ThinkPad T41, T41p, T42, T42p, T43, T43p
                   ThinkPad T60, T60p, T61,T 61p
                   ThinkPad X31, X32
                   ThinkPad X40, X41, X41 Tablet
                   ThinkPad X60, X60s, X60 Tablet, X61, X61s, X61 Tablet
                   ThinkPad Z60m, Z60t, Z61e, Z61m, Z61p, Z61t
                   ThinkPad Reserve Edition

                   Lenovo 3000 C200
                   Lenovo 3000 N100, N200
                   Lenovo 3000 V100, V200

Operating Systems  Microsoft Windows Vista  32-bit(*1), 64-bit(*1)

                   Refer to marketing materials to find out what computer models
                   support which Operating Systems.

Version            5.20


*1: With Service Pack 1 installed is recommended.


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WHAT THIS PACKAGE DOES

  ThinkVantage Access Connections is a connectivity assistant program for your
  ThinkPad computer. It enables you to quickly switch the network settings and
  Internet settings by selecting a location profile.

  You can define the network settings and Internet settings in the Location
  Profile for modem/wired LAN/Wireless LAN network devices, and then restore
  that profile whenever you need it. By switching the location profile, you can
  connect to the network instantly without reconfiguring your settings when you
  move from office to home or on the road.

  The following devices are supported.
  - Intel Wireless WiFi Link 5100
  - Intel Wireless WiFi Link 5300
  - Intel Wireless WiFi Link 5350
  - Intel Wireless WiFi Link 4965AGN
  - Intel Wireless WiFi Link 4965AG
  - Intel PRO/Wireless 3945ABG Network Connection
  - Intel PRO/Wireless 3945BG Network Connection
  - Intel PRO/Wireless 2915ABG Network Connection
  - Intel PRO/Wireless 2200BG Network Connection
  - IBM 11a/b/g Wireless LAN Mini PCI Adapter II
  - IBM 11b/g Wireless LAN Mini PCI adapter
  - ThinkPad 11a/b/g Wireless LAN Mini PCI Express Adapter
  - ThinkPad 11b/g Wireless LAN Mini PCI Express Adapter
  - ThinkPad 11a/b/g/n Wireless LAN MiniPCI Express Adapter
  - ThinkPad 11b/g/n Wireless LAN MiniPCI Express Adapter
  - Lenovo 11b/g Wireless LAN Mini PCI Express Adapter II
  - Broadcom 802.11b/g Wireless Network Adapter
  - Broadcom 802.11n Wireless Network Adapter
  - Sierra Wireless 1xEV-DO Network Adapter
  - Sierra Wireless HSDPA Network Adapter
  - Ericsson HSDPA Wireless WAN Adapter
  - Qualcomm UNDP Wireless WAN Adapter

  Refer to marketing materials to find out what computer models support which
  adapter cards.

  If this package has been installed, updating (overwrite-installing) this
  package will fix problems, add new functions, or expand functions as noted
  below.


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CHANGES IN THIS RELEASE
  Version 5.20

[Important updates]
  Nothing.

[New functions or enhancements]
- Added support for Intel My WiFi Technology.
- Added support for a new Intel WiMAX carrier (Clearwire).
- Added the feature to deploy Ethernet MAC address.
- Added support for Google Chrome.

[Problem fixes]
- Fixed an issue where creating profile caused errors when Firefox was installed.
- Fixed an issue where old MFC DLL was installed.
- Fixed an issue that did not enable the WiMAX adapter when it was disabled on
  the Device Manager and then the diagnostics repair option was clicked.
- Fixed an issue where wireless WAN profile automatically made a connection
  without a PIN entry window after resuming normal operation from hibernation
  state when the option, "When no other connections are available, connect
  through wireless WAN or WiMax.", was enabled in the location switching menu.
- Fixed an issue where wireless LAN radio was turned off automatically when
  switching wireless profiles.
- Fixed an issue where wireless WAN connection failed when clicking Find WAN if
  WAN service type was Only use 3G network or Automatic.
- Fixed an issue where connection fail for wireless WAN appeared on Windows
  logon screen after reboot, even though a PIN for wireless WAN was not yet
  entered, when the option, "When no other connections are available, connect
  through wireless WAN or WiMax.", was enabled in the location switching menu.
- Fixed an issue where the following internal error might appear when clicked on
  connection log and entered PIN code on pop-up window.
  "Internal error(Error code = 1). API failed.".
- Fixed an issue where WAN radio could not be turned off by Fn+F5 key operation
  and wireless WAN profile automatically made a connection when the option,
  "When no other connections are available, connect through wireless WAN or
  WiMax.", was enabled in the location switching menu.
- Fixed an issue that displayed the same wireless mode on Access Points in the
  Find screen if Access Points had the same SSID.
- Fixed an issue that failed to make a connection when Access Connections
  imported the profile files with WEP/WPA-PSK security which had been exported.
- Fixed an issue that could not get connected to the WAN with a default WAN
  profile (for example, HSPA Mobile Broadband) when you tried to connect to the
  available WAN network through the Find WAN function.
- Fixed an issue that could not make a connection, if the distribution package
  with No WEP/WEP/WPA-PSK security profiles was modified to have the 802.1x
  security profile and then exported, and when imported.
- Fixed an issue that did not launch the Access Connections 802.1x properties
  window in Danish, Brazilian Portuguese, Korean, Spanish, Italian and French.


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DETERMINING WHICH VERSION IS INSTALLED

  1. Start the ThinkVantage Access Connections. The main screen will be
      displayed.
  2. In the menu bar, click Help, then click About Access Connections.
  3. The version will be displayed next to ThinkVantage Access Connections.


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NOTES

1. Before installing ThinkVantage Access Connections, it is required to install
   the following software.

   - Lenovo System Interface Driver for Windows Vista
       version 1.00.0702 or higher.
   - ThinkPad Power Management Driver for Windows 98 SE/Me/2000/XP/Vista (except
     SL400/SL500)
       version 1.42 or higher.
   - Hotkey Features for Windows Vista/XP/2000
       version 2.08.2008 or higher.

   The following drivers are required for SL400/SL500.

   - ThinkPad Power Management Driver for SL Series
       version 1.44 or higher.
   - ATK Hotkey Driver for Windows XP/Vista32/Vista64
       version 0.00.04.0 or higher.

2. Update wireless LAN/WAN adapter software for each adapter, as follows.

   - IBM 11b/g Wireless LAN Mini PCI Adapter, or
     IBM 11a/b/g Wireless LAN Mini PCI Adapter II, or
     ThinkPad 11b/g Wireless LAN MiniPCI Express Adapter, or
     ThinkPad 11a/b/g Wireless LAN MiniPCI Express Adapter, or
     ThinkPad 11b/g/n Wireless LAN MiniPCI Express Adapter, or
     ThinkPad 11a/b/g/n Wireless LAN MiniPCI Express Adapter, or
     Lenovo 11b/g Wireless LAN MiniPCI Express Adapter II, or
     Lenovo 11b/g Wireless LAN Mini PCI Express Adapter III,
     ==> ThinkPad Wireless LAN (11a/b/g/n) for Windows Vista
         version 7.6.0.96 or higher.

   - Intel PRO/Wireless 2915ABG Network Connection, or
     Intel PRO/Wireless 2200BG Network Connection
     ==> Intel Wireless LAN (11a/b/g, 11b/g) for Windows Vista
         version 9.1.1.13 or higher.

   - Intel PRO/Wireless 3945BG/3945ABG Network Connection, or
     Intel Wireless WiFi Link 4965AG/4965AGN, or
     Intel Wireless WiFi Link 5100/5300, or
     Intel WiMAX/WiFi Link 5350
     ==> Intel Wireless LAN (11abgn, abg, bg) for Windows Vista
         version 12.1.0.14 or higher.
     ==> Intel WiMAX for Windows Vista
         version 3.57.3.45 or higher.

   - Broadcom Wireless LAN Adapter
     ==> Driver
         version 4.102.15.56 or higher.

   - Sierra Wireless EVDO Network Adapter for Verizon/Telus
     ==> ThinkPad EVDO Wireless WAN driver
         version 6.30.0.3 or higher.

   - Sierra Wireless HSDPA Network Adapter
     ==> ThinkPad HSDPA Wireless WAN driver for Vodafone/Cingular
         version 7.0.2.1300 or higher.

   - Ericsson HSDPA Wireless WAN Adapter
     ==> ThinkPad HSPA Wireless WAN Driver
         version 1.0.1046.218 or higher.

   - Qualcomm UNDP Wireless WAN Adapter
     ==> ThinkPad Wireless WAN (UNDP) Driver
         version 1.0.8 or higher.


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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

Note:
- If your computer runs satisfactorily now, it may not be necessary to update
  the software. To determine if you should update the software, refer to the
  Version Information section.


Manual Install

  This section assumes to use Internet Explorer and Explorer.

  Downloading files
  1. Click once on the underlined file name with the left mouse button. Once
     this is done, a pop-up window will appear.
  2. In this pop-up window, choose (using the left mouse button) the directory
     you would like to download the file to and click the "Save" button.
     A different window will appear and the download will begin and complete
     without your assistance.
  3. Once the download has completed, there may or may not be a message stating
     that the download completed successfully.
  4. After being downloaded, the file will need to be extracted.

  Installing
  1. Start Windows Vista and logon with administrative privileges.
  2. Double-click the driver package to extract it to your hard drive.
     The default location is C:\DRIVERS\VISTA\ACCON.
  3. Click Start, select All Programs, select Accessories, then click Run.
  4. Specify SETUP.EXE with the full path name where you extracted the package
     in the step 2, and click OK.
     Example: C:\DRIVERS\VISTA\ACCON\SETUP.EXE
  5. Follow the instructions on the screen.
  6. Click Finish to reboot the system and complete the installation.

  Finally delete the file saved in the step 2.


Unattended Install

  This is for system administrators' use only.

  - Refer to the Manual Install section, and download and expand the files.
  - At the command line, execute SETUP.EXE with /s /v"/qn REBOOT=ReallySuppress"
    options.
    Example: C:\DRIVERS\VISTA\ACCON\SETUP.EXE /s /v"/qn REBOOT=ReallySuppress"


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UNINSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

  Access Connections RemoveAC.exe Tool is a utility which can remove Access
  Connections 5.0 or higher if only the standard procedure (Programs and
  Features in Control Panel) fails to uninstall Access Connections. (Refer to
  the procedure below on how to use this tool.)


Manual Uninstall


 Standard Uninstallation Procedure (using Programs and Features in Control Panel):

  1. Start Windows and log on with the user ID authorized as an administrator
     for Windows Vista.
  2. Click Start, and select Control Panel.
  3. Click Programs.
  4. Click Uninstall a program under Programs and Features.
  5. Right-click ThinkVantage Access Connections, then select Uninstall.
  6. Click Continue if Windows needs your permission to continue.


 Advanced Procedure (using RemoveAC.exe Tool):

  1. Run command prompt with Administrative privileges.
  2. Locate the path to the folder where "RemoveAC.exe" is placed.
  3. Type "RemoveAC.exe" at the command prompt and press enter key.
  4. Click "Yes" when prompted for reboot.
 
  ==> Note: All profiles will be deleted if you use this tool.


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VERSION INFORMATION

  The following versions have been released to date.

  Version    Rev.  Issue Date
  -------    ----  ---------------
  5.20       01    2009/02/10
  5.12       03    2008/12/09
  5.12       02    2008/12/09
  5.12       01    2008/11/18
  5.11             14th release
  5.10             13th release
  5.02             12th release
  5.01             11th release
  5.00             10th release
  4.52             9th release
  4.51             8th release
  4.50             7th release
  4.42             6th release
  4.41             5th release
  4.40             4th release
  4.31b            3rd release
  4.31             2nd release
  4.30             Initial release

  Note: Revision number (Rev.) is for administrative purpose of this README
        document and is not related to software version. There is no need to
        upgrade this software when the revision number changes.

  To check the version of software, refer to the Determining which version is
  installed section.


Summary of Changes

  Where: <   >        Version number
         [Important]  Important update
         (New)        New function or enhancement
         (Fix)        Correction to existing function

<5.20>
 - (New) Added support for Intel My WiFi Technology.
 - (New) Added support for a new Intel WiMAX carrier (Clearwire).
 - (New) Added the feature to deploy Ethernet MAC address.
 - (New) Added support for Google Chrome.
 - (Fix) Fixed an issue where creating profile caused errors when Firefox was
         installed.
 - (Fix) Fixed an issue where old MFC DLL was installed.
 - (Fix) Fixed an issue that did not enable the WiMAX adapter when it was
         disabled on the Device Manager and then the diagnostics repair option
         was clicked.
 - (Fix) Fixed an issue where wireless WAN profile automatically made a
         connection without a PIN entry window after resuming normal operation
         from hibernation state when the option, "When no other connections are
         available, connect through wireless WAN or WiMax.", was enabled in the
         location switching menu.
 - (Fix) Fixed an issue where wireless LAN radio was turned off automatically
         when switching wireless profiles.
 - (Fix) Fixed an issue where wireless WAN connection failed when clicking Find
         WAN if WAN service type was Only use 3G network or Automatic.
 - (Fix) Fixed an issue where connection fail for wireless WAN appeared on
         Windows logon screen after reboot, even though a PIN for wireless WAN
         was not yet entered, when the option, "When no other connections are
         available, connect through wireless WAN or WiMax.", was enabled in the
         location switching menu.
 - (Fix) Fixed an issue where the following internal error might appear when
         clicked on connection log and entered PIN code on pop-up window.
         "Internal error(Error code = 1). API failed.".
 - (Fix) Fixed an issue where WAN radio could not be turned off by Fn+F5 key
         operation and wireless WAN profile automatically made a connection when
         the option, "When no other connections are available, connect through
         wireless WAN or WiMax.", was enabled in the location switching menu.
 - (Fix) Fixed an issue that displayed the same wireless mode on Access Points
         in the Find screen if Access Points had the same SSID.
 - (Fix) Fixed an issue that failed to make a connection when Access Connections
         imported the profile files with WEP/WPA-PSK security which had been
         exported.
 - (Fix) Fixed an issue that could not get connected to the WAN with a default
         WAN profile (for example, HSPA Mobile Broadband) when you tried to
         connect to the available WAN network through the Find WAN function.
 - (Fix) Fixed an issue that could not make a connection, if the distribution
         package with No WEP/WEP/WPA-PSK security profiles was modified to have
         the 802.1x security profile and then exported, and when imported.
 - (Fix) Fixed an issue that did not launch the Access Connections 802.1x
         properties window in Danish, Brazilian Portuguese, Korean, Spanish,
         Italian and French.

<5.12>
 - (Fix) The location profile for USB Enhanced Dock with the USB Ethernet device
         attached may have no USB Ethernet device when switched to it.
 - (Fix) The Access Connections icon on the system tray displays "Disconnected"
         after switching from wired to wireless LAN.
 - (Fix) The location profile (*.loa) is not imported during installation of
         Access Connections.
 - (Fix) Edit control for Browser homepage is not shown in the Basic View mode
         screen on Japanese and Norwegian edition of Windows.

<5.11>
 - (New) Support for connection to any open access points when SSID is set to
         ANY.
 - (Fix) Network settings defined in the location profile (.loa) are not applied
         to new location profiles.
 - (Fix) The Access Connections icon may disappear from task tray.
 - (Fix) WiMAX connection may fail when resuming normal operation from
         hibernation state.
 - (Fix) The Wi-Fi profile is still active after switching from a Wi-Fi profile
         to a wired LAN profile.

<5.10>
 - (New) Support for XOHM WiMAX Mobile Broadband Connect.
 - (New) Support for Swisscom, KPN and Vodafone ES as Wireless WAN service
         provider on Ericsson HSDPA Wireless adapter.
 - (New) Added the "Disable automatic profile creation" option in CCP setting,
         in order not to creating a default profile for Wireless WAN
         automatically.
 - (Fix) An application error occurs when Firefox is specified on Home Page or
         proxy configuration setting.
 - (Fix) Verizon International profile is not available with Qualcomm adapter.
         Only Verizon Wireless is available in the profile list.
 - (Fix) After entering PUK code for blocked SIM though Fn+F5 key operation, the
         following internal error may occur.
           "Internal error(Error code = 1). API failed."
 - (Fix) While connecting to a roaming network, if the Cancel button is clicked
         on roaming prompt, the incorrect diagnostic error, "Service provider
         not found" appears.

<5.02>
 - (Fix) A wrong Wireless LAN driver version is shown in ACWLicon.
 - (Fix) An application error occurs while editing profile.
 - (Fix) The Disconnect button is available in Find Wireless for standard user.
 - (Fix) Connecting with wireless WAN through Fn+F5 On Screen Menu takes time.
 - (Fix) An internal error may happen if a wrong PUK code is input.
 - (Fix) Proxy settings are not changed after auto switch of profile.
 - (Fix) Cancel on PIN prompt connects Wireless WAN after connected through
         Fn+F5 On Screen Menu.
 - (Fix) API failed with inactive SIM.
 - (Fix) 3 profiles are created by default with GR SIM.
 - (Fix) HSPA default profile fails to connect with GR SIM.
 - (Fix) An operator name under Tower becomes "Unknown" if KDDI is connected.
 - (Fix) The Connect button is grayed-out after resuming normal operation from
         standby mode with the KDDI adapter card.

<5.01>
 - (Fix) IEEE 802.1x properties page does not launch.
 - (Fix) "AT&&T" is shown instead of "AT&T".
 - (Fix) An error message appears when launch Global Setting on Danish OS.
 - (Fix) Wireless WAN is disconnected after connection.
 - (Fix) MBC software is not launched if click 'Repair' with expired Telenor SIM.

<5.00>
 - (New) ThinkPad HSPA/UNDP Wireless WAN adapter support.
 - (New) Access Connections Main panel's enhancement.
 - (New) "Access Connections Gadget" added.
 - (New) "Wake On LAN" feature supported.
 - (New) WLAN and WWAN radio can be turned on simultaneously.
 - (New) "Disable Ethernet adapter when Ethernet cable is unplugged" option
         added in Client Configuration Policy. (Removed from Global Settings)
 - (Fix) Roaming between "Home" and "Work" profile doesn't work well.
 - (Fix) "IEEE 802.1x authentication for Ethernet is not configured for this
         profile. Click OK to configure the settings" message when applying
         profile with default setting.
 - (Fix) Application error happens when creating 802.1x profile.
 - (Fix) Find WLAN and Fn+F5 does not work at first customer boot.
 - (Fix) Unable to connect EAP-TTLS after changing profile name.
 - (Fix) Deactivation of Verizon account cannot be detected.
 - (Fix) Signal strength of EVDO is not shown.
 - (Fix) ACWLIcon shows wrong security type for TTLS WL profile.
 - (Fix) WL mode is not displayed for 802.11n AP in Find WL Network.
 - (Fix) Popup for saving ethernet port doesn't come from 2nd time.
 - (Fix) "Enable automatic wireless radio control" option in Global setting was
         changed to "Allow the wireless LAN radio to be turned off when inactive".

   (*) This version is supported for only US/JP/SC/TC/KR/FR/GR/FR/IT languages.

<4.52>
 - (Fix) Copied 802.1x Wireless profile connection fails with the IBM/ThinkPad/
         Lenovo Wireless LAN adapters.
 - (Fix) 802.1x profile does not connect after exporting the IBM/ThinkPad/Lenovo
         Wireless LAN adapters profile.
 - (Fix) 802.1x profile isn't listed in location switch after export the IBM/
         ThinkPad/Lenovo Wireless LAN adapters profile.
 - (Fix) 802.1x profile doesn't connect after editing SSID with the IBM/ThinkPad
         /Lenovo Wireless LAN adapters.
 - (Fix) Unable to create 802.1x profile using Find Wireless with the IBM/
         ThinkPad/Lenovo Wireless LAN adapters.
 - (Fix) Wireless profile doesn't connect after converting from adhoc to 802.1x
         with the IBM/ThinkPad/Lenovo Wireless LAN adapters.
 - (Fix) Wrong German translation of error message.
 - (Fix) Wireless WAN connection fails after hibernation/wakeup with Telus2.

<4.51>
 - (Fix) 11g mode is shown in main panel even if AP is set to 11n mode (fixed
         with Windows Vista SP1).
 - (Fix) MIMO APs are not listed as 802.11n in Find Wireless Network (fixed with
         Windows Vista SP1).
 - (Fix) Dialog window appears when audit process.
 - (Fix) Skip 2nd Wireless LAN to Wireless WAN in location switching.
 - (Fix) Wireless WAN profile fails to connect Intermittently.
 - (Fix) Location switch doesn't save the preferred Wireless LAN  profile.
 - (Fix) GDI+Window is shown in Taskbar when MBC is launched.
 - (Fix) Wireless profile isn't seen in Location switching when it is copied.
 - (Fix) Can't connect Wireless profile using Find Wireless when "Do not
         automatically include new wired/wireless profile in the roaming list"
         is enabled on the ADM server.
 - (Fix) Wireless driver version is not displayed in ACWLIcon and profile view.
 - (Fix) 802.1x auth properties is not launched with the IBM/ThinkPad/Lenovo
         Wireless LAN adapters.
 - (Fix) Wireless USB cannot be detected intermittently.

<4.50>
 - (New) Integration with AVAYA IP Softphone.
 - (New) Profile Aging feature.
 - (New) Ethernet Speed and Duplex setting.
 - (New) Wireless WAN PAP/CHAP authentication setting.
 - (New) Automatic reconnect VPN setting.
 - (New) "Override TCP/IP and DNS defaults" and "Do not automatically include
         wireless profiles without security in the roaming list" options in
         Client Configuration Policy settings.
 - (New) "Disable Ethernet adapter when Ethernet cable is unplugged" option in
         Global Settings.
 - (New) Roaming speed improvement.
 - (Fix) Static IP profile does not apply default gateway.
 - (Fix) Language for non-unicode programs in control panel is used in Access
         Connections.
 - (Fix) Connect Wireless WAN after Wireless LAN Switch OFF/ON takes 2 attempts.
 - (Fix) Fn + F5 key function window is not displayed correctly in Norwegian.
 - (Fix) Connection log does not show any data while connected Wireless WAN by
         dial-up.
 - (Fix) User Data counters in Connection log is not correct, while connected by
         Wireless WAN.
 - (Fix) Connection details text file shows wrong SSID.
 - (Fix) All information is not displayed correctly in ACWL Icon on Windows
         Vista 64-bit.

<4.42>
 - (New) The warning message added to change from Tablet mode to Notebook mode
         for Wireless WAN better connectivity on ThinkPad X61 Tablet.
 - (Fix) Coexistence with ACM (AT&T communication manager).
 - (Fix) 'VPN' button overwrites the SSID and wireless mode field.
 - (Fix) Ethernet location switching can be disable even though admin tool
         specifies that user cannot change.
 - (Fix) Cannot create phone book entry with Wired Broadband profile.

<4.41>
 - (Fix) Shared-WEP profile does not connect.
 - (Fix) Access Connections fails to enable the wireless LAN adapter if disabled
         in the Device Manager.
 - (Fix) Access Connections profile shows wrong adapter status with wireless LAN
         disabled in the BIOS.
 - (Fix) H/W wireless radio status switch is not grayed-out when this switch is
         off on Lenovo 3000.

<4.40>
 - (New) Intel Wireless WiFi Link 496AG/AGN Adapter support.
 - (New) Lenovo 11b/g Wireless Mini PCI Express Adapter II support.
 - (New) Wireless WAN adapter (MC5725/MC8775) support.
 - (New) HSDPA Modem connection support.
 - (New) Improvement for the Main panel.
 - (New) Add new Client Configuration Policy settings.
 - (New) New graphics for Lenovo 3000 systems.
 - (New) Preferred connection for wireless LAN after suspend/resume.
 - (New) Auto Ethernet profile creation.
 - (New) Incorporate Active Directory deployed wireless LAN profile in Access
         Connections profile.
 - (New) WAN / wireless LAN exclusive radio control.
 - (New) WAN connection log.
 - (New) Add the menu to launch Network Magic for Lenovo 3000.
 - (New) Diagnostic error-code enhancement.
 - (New) Include Automatic Location Switching Options in distribution package.
 - (Fix) Main panel crash after installing Cingular WAN software.
 - (Fix) PEAP-MSCHAP does not work consistently.

<4.31b>
 - (Fix) An application error occurs in ACMainGUI.exe when creating the Access
         Connection profile.
 - (Fix) The power save mode option setting in the wireless profile is not saved
         when changed from the default setting.

<4.31>
 - (New) Support for profile data migration from Access Connections version 4.23
         (for Windows XP /2000) to 4.31 (for Windows Vista) with using System
         Migration Assistant 5.2 or higher.
 - (Fix) Signal strength shows 0% when connected to wireless LAN access point
         with Intel PRO/Wireless Network Connection adapter.
 - (Fix) Wireless radio on/off may not work with Intel PRO/Wireless Network
         Connection adapter.
 - (Fix) (On Korean Windows Vista only) On-screen menu by Fn+F5 keys has
         corrupted text strings.

<4.30>
 - (New) (Initial release) Support for Microsoft Windows Vista.


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REFERENCE INFORMATION

CONTENTS
 1. IPv6
 2. Peer to Peer connections


1. IPv6
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TCP/IP setting using IPV6 is not supported.


2. Peer to Peer connections
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Peer to Peer connections is not supported.


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