I have an issue with Windows 7 using 2 connections when connected to the domain. I have seen people say just turn off the WiFi but that's not a solution for domain users. In our environment we find that we are maxing out our DHCP server because Windows 7 insists on using both connections (LAN and wi-fi) which in turn takes up 2 IP addresses.
Long story short: Has anyone found a solution that will treat LAN connections like XP use to?
XP use to disable WiFi when it detected a LAN connection that way it only used 1 IP. I have seen this question come up a couple times on this site but the solutions seem directed to a single home user. Basically I would be interested in ways on how to do this through GPO, if possible.
I just want the domain PC's to use a single IP but I don't want to limit them should they undock and want to use the laptop in a meeting room for example.