On my Dell XPS 15 laptop, the top row of keys (the F1, F2, etc) serves two functions. They are both the F-number keys and the multimedia/misc controls and functions. In the BIOS you set them them to default to either be the F-number keys or their multimedia/misc roles. Then to use each key's non-default function you press the Fn key while you press the key. Mine are set to be multimedia non-F-number keys as the default, mainly because they are where the volume is controlled.
So the F2 key is also the wifi adapter on/off toggle. The problem is that I sometimes hit it by accident and turn off my wifi.
How can I remap this key to do nothing, or else just disable its ability to turn off the wifi, without affecting the normal Fn-F2 functionality (which is "rename" or "edit" in most situations)?
Edit: I should have mentioned that I don't want to install any software. I know there are ways to do it with registry changes so that's what I'd rather do. I just don't know what changes to make (that's why I'm here asking) Thanks again.