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Thanks for the reply. Actually, I realized that my laptop *was* using
LAN as priority. But it is still connecting to WiFi simultaneously. (I
saw the wireless signal strength taskbar icon and assumed that it was
using WiFi, but it was actually using LAN).
While that is okay, ideally I would like the laptop to not connect via
WiFi at all if connected to LAN. No sense in wasting power or
broadcasting RF signals necessarily. With my previous laptop, the
ThinkVantage Access Connections utility was able to handle this (it
would automatically disable the wireless if LAN was connected, and
automatically enable when LAN was disconnected).
Does Windows handle this? Or do I need to install the ThinkVantage