Step 1. Enable the Windows Feature
To enable wireless we first have to enable the feature, to do that right-click on start (or use Server Manager) and select Programs and Features.
The Programs and Features window appears, click on Turn Windows Features On or Off
Select your destination server
on the Select Features screen scroll down to Wireless LAN service, select it.save and close anything you were working on and select restart the destination computer automatically and then click Install
Step 2. Update your wireless drivers (optional)
You may or may not have to update your wireless drivers, if the network icon still does not allow you to connect to wireless after adding the feature, then you probably need wireless drivers even if your wireless NIC is displayed properly in Device Manager. To update your wireless driver right-click on the start menu, choose Device manager and locate your network card in the device manager. Choose Update Driver software.
|The computer must be restarted to complete the installation of the Wireless LAN Service. Regardless of whether you select the option to automatically restart the computer after adding the Wireless LAN Service, or you manually restart the computer after adding the wireless LAN service, after the computer restarts, the Wireless LAN Service (WLAN AutoConfig) does not automatically start. You can verify this behavior as follows:
You can start the WLAN AutoConfig service, and resolve the service startup configuration in one of two ways: