Wireless supplicant

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A Wireless Supplicant is a program that runs on a computer and is responsible for making login requests to a wireless network.[1] It handles passing the login and encryption credentials to the authentication server. It also handles roaming from one wireless access point to another, in order to maintain connectivity.

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  1. ^ "Wireless Authentication Implementation (Windows CE)". microsoft.com. Retrieved 2008-03-18.