Description:Collects and stores network configuration and location information, and notifies applications when this information changes.
For example, a wireless computer roaming between physical networks can use NLA to determine the proper configuration based on information about its available network connection.
NLA also proves valuable when a multihomed computer has a physical connection to one network while also connected to another network through a dial-up connection or a tunnel.
- Win8/Win7/Vista: Automatic.
- WinXP: Manual.
- Win2k3: Manual.
- Internet Connection Firewall & Internet Connection Sharing (WinXP/Win2k3 only)
- Network List Service (Vista+)
- WWAN AutoConfig (Win7 only)
Updated: 13 December 2012