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I'm running into a bit of a snag, using natty... I work for a small school district and we have laptops we allow some home-schooled student to check out. We've currently setup the machines in kiosk mode so that the student is immediately logged into our web-based virtual desktop, which works really well--if on a wired connection.

The two issues we've encountered are 1) How to allow the wireless config to show before the browser so they can choose a connection (Panera, McDonald's, school's, etc)? We put them in the startup script, but the browser hides the wireless config and alt-tab is disabled.

2) Is there a way to overcome free wifi connections that require a EULA/terms page pop-up before allowing surfing (such as caching that page)?

Thanks! Stephen

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closed as too localized by Bruno Pereira Apr 12 '13 at 13:00

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