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    [10.4] prevent regular users from modifying wireless settings

    Exactly, you just won 10 points! :) Well, I tried Leopard (10.5.4) and in Leopard you are able to restrict wireless-changes to administrators only. Can't remember the name of the option but I'm pretty sure it was somewhere under `security' or `network'. Solved for 10.5, no solution for 10.4.
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    Why are my posts suddently being moderated??? Thanks, finger

    Why are my posts suddently being moderated??? Thanks, finger
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    [10.4] prevent regular users from modifying wireless settings

    Ok, I still don't get it. Here is the screenshot. Please point at the thing I can't see.. http://img514.imageshack.us/img514/7855/wlanqs9.jpg
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    [10.4] prevent regular users from modifying wireless settings

    Is it possible that the wireless-icon on the top bar belongs to some *.app? Then one could easily chmod o-x it..
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    [10.4] prevent regular users from modifying wireless settings

    Oops, I answered too early. Hmm.. I can't see any locks when clicking on the wireless button.. (see attachment)
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    [10.4] prevent regular users from modifying wireless settings

    Only the user `admin' is able to administer the machine. User `guest' is a regular user.
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    [10.4] prevent regular users from modifying wireless settings

    Did I say that? I would like to configure the wireless interface globally which means the following: the admin creates the configuration (SSID, WPA-PSK, IP address..) and all the other users may use but not modify it. That's how OSX deals with wired network interfaces AFAIK.
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    [10.4] prevent regular users from modifying wireless settings

    Hi, I'm trying to setup a guest account on my iMac G5 (10.4) and the only problem left ist the airport icon on the right side of the top bar. It seems that every user is able to reassociate the iMac to a different wireless network. Is there a way to configure the airport settings globally...
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