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I want to enable WiFi internet access for a guest user and disable the same for the administrator at the same time. If I switch users, is there a way that my guest account can access the net while the administrator account is not connected?

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You need more info: enable or disable it where? The router, in the OS, if so, what OS? I have no idea what you are really trying to do. – KCotreau Jun 11 '11 at 14:43
    
Apart from that: Where's the sense in disabling something for the Admin (who has all privileges)? I really can't see the use case. – slhck Jun 11 '11 at 20:44

No, Wifi adapter settings are system-level and are not user-specific.

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