I sould maybe also give you some troubleshooting results :
When trying to force the connection by clicking on the imported package's profile, the followinbg message appears :
"Advanced security is disabled on the computer.
The Selected network has advances security.
Please select another network or contact your IT Administrator to enable the feature."
The Intel Wireless troubleshooter is not very helpfull here :
Authentication failed due to invalid username
I also get a WZC like pop-up comming from the taskbar :
A certificate is required to connect to "test"
(test is the name of the profile in the imported package).
Thank your for your help
Ok Guys, I think I have found the cause of my problem.
Thanks to ... WZC.
There is a difference in the wireless network created via the Profile Wizard and the one created via the Administrator package.
These are the properties I configure in the profile or in the admin package profile:
Profile Name : test
SSID : xxxxxx
Operating Mode : Network Infrastructure
Connect even if the network is not broadcasting its name
TLS / Use the certificate issued to this computer
+Validate server certificate
After this, I go in the Windows Network & Share center->Manage my wireless network->Properties of "test" wireless network->Security Tab->Advanced Settings.
The difference between the WLAN created in the profile and in the package is in the specified Authentication mode i 802.11x tab.
Profile => Computer Authentication
Admin Package's profile : =>User OR Computer Authentication
Now, I understand why connecting with Admin Package does not work but, how to solve this ?
OK, I have found the answer in the manual.
SSO Administration Profiles using TLS authentication and machine certificate are not supported under windows 7.
This made IntelProset a little less attractive compare to WZC from an enterprise point of view.