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Version 1.4
Created on 04/10/2012 11:45:02  by PSI_PA_NW_Japan
Last modified on  09/03/2016 18:24:21  by y_amenomiya
Summary
Preconditions
Status:   Review Complete
Priority:   Medium
BASIC INFORMATION
Section:S/W Test Require attachment:No
Team:Network Group:Basic Function
Lessons Learned:No Phase:FVT, SVT, SIT
Locations:Inhouse: AWS and Cambridge, Inhouse: AWS, Inhouse: Cambridge, Compal, Flextronics, Quanta, Wistron Owned By:Eiji Ogata/LENOVO
Objective:1
CRITERIA

1

EUT QUANTITY

1

EQUIPMENT

1

Critical Attribute:[0] : WLS - Wireless

CONFIGURATION
REFERENCE PROCEDURE
STATISTIC INFO
Operating System Win81-64bit Win81-32bit Win10-32bit Win10-64bit Total
Test Points
Duration
Workload
# Step actions Win81-64bitWin81-32bitWin10-32bitWin10-64bit
1 Wireless ON/OFF in BIOS AAAA
2 Basic Verification AAAA
3 Basic Network functions AAAA
4 OS Native verification AAAA
5 Power Management AAAA
6 Wireless LAN Device AAAA
7 Wireless Radio Control Function AAAA
8 Wireless LAN Device Co-existence with Lenovo Applications AAAA
DETAILS
ATTENTION!! Please follow below information.
1. Please check Error and Warning message in Event Viewer before you start the test case and after you complete the test case, and report it to your team lead, then arrange to open defect, if needed.

2. Perform All Test in Battery Mode (Some of the test items need to perform in AC Mode, follow each Test Case).

3. All Test Activity should be performed with AMT Enabled as Default (applicable on vPro enabled systems).

4. Please check Usability / Cosmetic issues (correct sentence/appropriate display/etc.) and open defect, if needed.

WL hotkey and PM keys are different for each products. Refer the supported keys based on the product support and perform the function accordingly.

WL Hotkey : FnF5 or /F8 /F9

PM : S3 : Fn+F4 or Fn+4

Known Limitations/Restrictions/Information UR-3871AP

Known Limitations

1. Internet sharing when WWAN is not yet connected will not start if user is using Roaming SIM

Comments by MS

"Mobile broadband device is in a roaming state, the user must first manually connect to the network prior to enabling sharing in the settings. This prevents the user from inadvertantly enabling connection sharing while roaming, which may result in significant data usage charges on their bill. We will consider improving this experience in a future."

Ref. Defect: ECR186771 COM:W8.1:WWAN Can't start sharing with Roaming SIM

2. WPA is removed from the security type of Wifi

Comment by MS:

"You will not find WPA listed as a separate element in the manual create of profile wizard though. This change was made to correspond to the Wifi Alliances(WFA) upcoming requirement regarding mixed mode access points. Under those new requirements users are not allowed to select WPA or TKIP alternatives. The correct way for the user to connect to the network is through the list of networks from the charms bar."

Ref. Defect: ECR185864:COM:W8.1: WPA is missing in security type

3. "Unnamed" is the label when SIM card is not inserted

Comment by MS:

"Bug in Win8.1 OS. We filed a bug#475443 to MS but it was resolved as "won't fix""

Ref. Defect:ECR185595:"Unnamed" instead of "NO SIM" message in Settings page

Restrictions
Information

1. Airplane Mode for Windows 8.1 is still ON after turn ON any radio (WLAN, WWAN, Bluetooth)

Design has been changed per Microsoft's comments:

"In Win8, if airplane mode is switched on and a radio device is switched on, airplane mode will get turned off. We received lots of feedback that this model was confusing to users. For example, inflight wifi is a growing scenario. When users tried to turn on wifi on the flight, airplane mode would get switched off causing them to wonder whether they were safe or not.

Hence, we came up with a model where all radio switches deferred to airplane mode, and airplane mode deferred to the user. Hence, the user can switch airplane mode and choose to switch on the individual radios while airplane mode is on."

Ref. Defect: ECR181109, W8.1: Airplane mode still on after turn on wireless Radio

Wireless ON/OFF in BIOS

Test Item Criteria
Result
Win 8
Win 8.1
Enabled/Radio On Wireless LAN in Bios

1. Enter to BIOS setup by pressing F1 button

2. Under Security > I/O port Access > Wireless LAN choose Enabled

3. Press F10 to save the settings.

4. Boot to OS

Expected: The adapter should be visible in OS and configurable.

6. Install the driver and confirm that the Wireless adapter works fine.

7. Verify the functions of Wireless Radio ON and OFF in PC Settings > Wireless

Expected: Radio ON and OFF should function properly

For Windows 8.1:

8. Verify the functions of Wireless Radio ON and OFF in PC Settings > Network > Airplane Mode > under Wireless Devices

9. Verify the functions of Wireless Radio ON and OFF in Desktop > click Network icon in taskbar

- Adapter should be visible in OS

- Adapter can be configured

- Wireless Radio ON/OFF function must work

- WLAN Radio is visible in PC Settings > Wireless

- For Windows 8.1, WLAN Radio is visible in PC Settings > Network > Airplane Mode > under Wireless Devices

Disabled Wireless LAN in Bios

1. Enter to BIOS setup by pressing F1 button

2. Under Security > I/O port Access > Wireless LAN choose Disabled

3. Press F10 to save the settings.

4. Boot to OS

Expected: The adapter should NOT be visible in OS

Note: Applicable also in Windows 8.1

- Adapter should not be visible in OS

- Adapter cannot be configured

- WLAN Radio is not visible in PC Settings > Wireless

- For Windows 8.1, WLAN Radio is not visible in PC Settings > Network > Airplane Mode > under Wireless Devices

Note : Installation to be verified on all Systems even if the test is shared amongst the products.

Basic Verification

Test Item Config
Result
Win 8
Win 8.1
Installation (Admin Mode)

- Install the driver in Admin mode using setup

- Check that the installation is successful

- Uninstall the application from 'Add/Remove programs'

- Confirm that application is removed completely.

- Install the application again.

- Check for the correct driver version and firmware version

Stand alone
Overwrite/Update Installation

- Perform overwrite installation for the same driver version (INF installation)

- Check that the driver can be installed properly and no malfunction occurs

- Perform update installation from the previous version

- Check for the driver date and version.

- Verify the overwrite installation function by recovering preload and update the driver for all the applicable preloaded OS.

Stand alone
Installation/Uninstall (user mode)

Install

- Install the driver in user mode using setup

- It should prompt that "A program needs your permission to continue".

- Type an administrator password, and then click OK.

- confirm that wireless driver is properly installed

Uninstall

- Uninstall the application from 'Add/Remove programs'

- It should prompt that "A program needs your permission to continue".

- Type an administrator password, and then click OK.

- confirm that wireless driver is properly uninstalled

Stand alone
  • Installation and uninstallation of application in user mode will continue after typing the correct admin username and password for Intel and Realtek Wireless LAN.
Driver version Verify the installed drive version and confirm that it is same as the one mentioned in the build letter.

All the firmware/driver version should show the latest installed version correctly.

Change some parameters and press OK

Again Open the properties window and confirm that all the tab appears

Stand alone
Radio On/OFF in PC Settings > Wireless

- Power off Wireless radio

- Confirm that the wireless utility shows radio off

- Power ON wireless radio

- Check the wireless utility picks up the nearest access point

Radio On/OFF in PC Settings > Network > Airplane Mode > under Wireless Devices (For Windows 8.1)

- Power off Wireless radio

- Confirm that the wireless utility shows radio off

- Power ON wireless radio

- Check the wireless utility picks up the nearest access point

Stand alone
- Signal Status

- Check that the Wireless adapter is associated with the Access point

- Confirm that the signal strength is strong when placed near access point

Stand alone
Update/Overwrite Installation with wireless profiles

1 Create multiple profiles one with encryption key and another without encryption key

2. Confirm the wireless functionality with both the profiles

3. Perform overwrite installation or driver update from older version to new version.

4. Verify that the profiles already created can be used without any problem

Stand alone
Enable/Disable Wireless Adapter

1. Connect to any access point.

2. Go to Control Panel>Network Connections, right-click on the Wireless Network Connection icon and select disable.

3. Go to Device Manager, enable the WLAN adapter. The adapter should be enabled.

Stand alone

Note :

1. Update the latest firmware of the adapter and use the latest card revision of the adapter.

2. Register adapter MAC address to the Access Point list

3. Get Encryption key and SSID name from system administrator

Test to be performed in Admin mode and User Mode

Basic Network functions

TEST ITEM
Result
Win 8 / 8.1
TCP/IP

1.Configure TCP/IP (Static IP address) only

2.Ping to server with 2048 bytes

3.Download files using ftp

4.Configure TCP/IP (DHCP) only

5.Download files using ftp (>300MB files)

6.Configure Internet Explorer 5 (or latest)

7.Download files from the internet

8.Map shared network directory and copy files.

9.Configure TCP/IP

10.Using FTP download files of >300 MB

11.Using shared directory copy files of > 300 MB

Windows - 8 Zero Configuration verification

Test Item Config *1
Result
Win 8 / 8.1
Installation / Configuration
Windows 8- Zero configuration

1. Control Panel->Network and Internet->Network and Sharing Center->Connect to a network

2. Connect to a network window will show on the right portion of desktop which lists all the available Access points.

3. Select the correct Access point and configure the same with SSID,Encryption etc..

Stand alone
- Select the Access point from the list

- Configure Wireless using OS properties

- Confirm that the wireless work properly.

- Suspend and resume after one minute

- Check for the wireless connectivity

- Hibernate and resume after one minute

- Confirm that the wireless works properly

Stand alone

1. Configure two access points with same network name.

2. Connect to the network

3. Perform test by following the check sheet.

3-1. Power Management in AC Mode (Static IP)

3-2.Power Management in DC mode (DHCP)

3-3 Performance after PM

Note :

Wireless Radio must retain the status that was available before PM event or system restart.

ie. If Radio ON before Suspend, On resuming from suspend it should be still ON

if Radio OFF before Suspend, on resuming from suspend it should be still OFF.

Power Management

TEST ITEM
Results
Win 8 / 8.1
Power Management in AC Mode
Configure TCP/IP (Static IP)

Browse the network for confirmation

Enter into suspend

Resume after one minute

Download files from the network

Enter into Hibernation

Resume after one minute

Download files from the network

Power Management in DC mode

Configure TCP/IP (DHCP)

Browse the network for confirmation

Enter into suspend

Resume after one minute

Download files from the network

Enter into Hibernation

Resume after one minute

Download files from the network

Power Management by LID close [not applicable for Tablet systems]
  1. Connect to network through access point
  2. Perform suspend by LID close
  3. Resume from suspend, and check function

    CRITERIA: 'Ping' to default GW works

  4. Repeat steps 2 - 3 for 5 times
Power Management by TimerConnect to network through access point

Perform suspend by timer (set for 2 minutes)

Resume from suspend

Confirm the functionality of the wireless adapter

Perform Hibernation by timer (set for 2 minutes)

Resume from Hibernation

Confirm the functionality of the wireless adapter

Suspend with Radio ON/OFF

Connect to network through access point

Ensure that Radio is ON

Perform suspend (Fn+F4)

Resume from suspend

Confirm the functionality of the wireless adapter

Turn WL Radio is OFF

Perform suspend (Fn+F4)

Resume from suspend

Confirm the functionality of the wireless adapter

Hibernate with Radio ON/OFF

Connect to network through access point

Ensure that Radio is ON

Perform Hibernate (Fn+F12)

Resume from hibernation

Confirm the functionality of the wireless adapter

Turn OFF WL Radio.

Perform suspend (Fn+F12)

Resume from hibernation

Confirm the functionality of the wireless adapter

Performance after S1 state

Connect to network through access point

Perform S1 and resume.

Measure the the throughput by downloading files

for 1 Mbps,for 5 Mbps,for 11 Mbps

Measure the throughput for both TCP/IP

Performance after S3 state

Connect to network through access point

Perform S3 and resume.

Measure the the throughput by downloading files

for 1 Mbps,for 5 Mbps,for 11 Mbps

Measure the throughput for both TCP/IP

Performance after S4 state

Connect to network through access point

Perform S4 and resume.

Measure the the throughput by downloading files

for 1 Mbps,for 5 Mbps,for 11 Mbps

Measure the throughput for both TCP/IP

Power Management forCS / MS

Problem 1 : WiFI does not recognize network/SSID after 1.5h or more CS intermittently

Intel reported they have reached to the root cause that problem happens under noisy environment and using 'WEP' connection, which is relatively lower security level protocol, like 'Visitor SSID'. So we don't believe this impacts on LE customer who will not use WEP setting.

Anyway Intel provided fix candidate driver and we have confirmed fix on it. Formal driver release with WHCK logo from Intel is on Apr 13 and target WEB upload ready on Apr 16

Test Item
Criteria
Result
Win 8 / 8.1/Win10
With Connected Standby

WEP Profile Verification

1. Login as Domain user

2. From Control Panel Open Network Connections

3. Right Click Wireless Network Properties and Click Wireless Networks Tab.

4. Check the option `Use Windows to Configure my wireless network settings

5. Click "Add" under the Preferred Networks option

6. Enter the SSID Name and check whether following options are enabled:

7. Network Authentication (Open)

8. Data Encryption Mode (WEP Enabled)

9. Uncheck "The Key is provided for me automatically"

10. Select the correct "Key Index" (Key1/Key2/Key3/Key4) as set in Access Point

11. Enter the Network Key and Confirm network Key and Press OK.

12. Now the Authentication is succeeded and IP Address is assigned to the client system

13. Enter S3 with Conected standby or Modan standby.

14. Wait 15 minutes as CS or MS.

15. Resume system form CS or MS.



- No Error Message related to authentication failure shall occur.

- IP Address shall be assigned by DHCP Server

- Network Connectivity shall be available

Wireless LAN Device

Test Item
Criteria
Result
Win 8 / 8.1
- Device Manager entry

- Check Basic WLAN connectivity

- Suspend and Resume

- Check Basic WLAN connectivity

- File copy

Repeate the above steps 5 times

- No system and application hang after resume from suspend.

- WLAN adapter should be visible in Device Manager after resume from suspend.

- Better file transfer throughput

- No WLAN performance degradation

- Device Manager entry

- Check Basic WLAN connectivity

- Hibernate and Resume

- Check Basic WLAN connectivity

- File copy

Repeate the above steps 5 times

- No system and application hang after resume from hibernate.

- WLAN adapter should be visible in Device Manager after resume from hibernate

- Better file transfer throughput

- No WLAN performance degradation

.

- Device Manager entry

- Check Basic WLAN connectivity

- Warm boot [system restart]

- Check Basic WLAN connectivity

- File copy

Repeate the above steps 5 times

- No system and application hang after system restart.

- WLAN adapter should be visible in Device Manager after system restart.

- Better file transfer throughput

- No WLAN performance degradation

- Device Manager entry

- Check Basic WLAN connectivity

- Shutdown and Restart

- Check Basic WLAN connectivity

- File copy

Repeate the above steps 5 times

- No system and application hang after shutdown and restart.

- WLAN adapter should be visible in Device Manager after shutdown and restart.

- Better file transfer throughput

- No WLAN performance degradation

Enable Bluetooth device

Establish BT connectivity with other system / device and do some transfer through BT

When BT transfer is in progress, check WLAN performance through file transfer

If WLAN performance is not satisfactory, turn off the BT and try again.

If WLAN performance is poor with BT enabled, report the issue accordingly.

- No WLAN throughput performance degradation

Wireless LAN Device Co-existence with Lenovo Applications [UR-4123PA]

Test Item
Criteria
Result
Win 8 / 8.1
With Lenovo Settings Mobile Hotspot

- Device Manager entry

- Check WLAN connectivity

- Launch Mobile Hotspot from Metro Tile GUI > Lenovo Settings

- Start Mobile Hotspot and connect clients

- Check again WLAN connectivity

Note: While testing Mobile Hotspot, observe host connectivity.

- No limited connection / disconnect after starting Mobile Hotspot

- No system and application hang after starting Mobile Hotspot.

- WLAN adapter should still be visible in Device Manager after starting Mobile Hotspot.

- No WLAN performance degradation

With Lenovo Settings Location Awareness

- Device Manager entry

- Check WLAN connectivity

- Launch Location Awareness from Metro Tile GUI > Lenovo Settings

- Start testing Location Awareness

- Check again WLAN connectivity

Note: While testing Location Awareness, observe connectivity.

- No limited connection / disconnect after starting Location Awareness.

- No system and application hang after starting Location Awareness.

- WLAN adapter should still be visible in Device Manager after starting Location Awareness.

- No WLAN performance degradation

Wireless Radio Control Function

Please perform this on all the supported wireless/bluetooth adapters.

Please perform these tests in both Administrator mode and User mode

All these test should be performed in AC and Battery Mode.

Note:

Install and configure Wireless & Bluetooth adapter

PC Settings Wireless Radio / Airplane Mode Verification

Test Item
Windows 8
Windows 8.1
Airplane Mode Verification

Airplane Mode - ON

1. Turn ON Airplane Mode.

Expected:

- Wi-Fi, Mobile Broadband, WiMAX (if applicable) radios should be turned OFF.

- Confirm that Airplane Mode bar is switched to ON

- Confirm no wireless profiles listed in Network charms bar.

- Confirm that Airplane icon is shown in desktop taskbar.

- Confirm that Wireless LED is OFF

Airplane Mode - OFF

1. Turn OFF Airplane Mode.

Expected:

- Confirm that Wi-Fi, Mobile Broadband, WiMAX (if applicable) radios can be turned OFF/ON and can connect.

- Confirm that Airplane Mode bar is switched to OFF

- Confirm wireless profiles are listed in Network charms bar.

- Confirm that network icon is shown in desktop taskbar.

Repeat these steps pressing Airplane Mode ON/OFF 20 times and confirm that it works as toggle switch properly.

Apply again the above scenarios by pressing Fn+F5 or any supported hotkey (Airplane Mode ON/OFF).

Repeat these steps pressing Fn+F5 or any supported hotkey 20 times and confirm that it works as toggle switch properly.

Airplane Mode Verification (For Windows 8.1)

Airplane Mode - ON

1. Turn ON Airplane Mode.

Expected:

- Wi-Fi, Mobile Broadband, WiMAX (if applicable) radios should be turned OFF.

- Confirm that Airplane Mode bar is switched to ON

- Confirm no wireless profiles listed in Network charms bar.

- Confirm that Airplane icon is shown in desktop taskbar.

- Confirm that Wireless LED is OFF

- Wi-Fi, Mobile Broadband, WiMAX (if applicable) radios can be turned ON/OFF.

- Confirm that Airplane Mode bar remains ON if the above radios was turned ON/OFF.

Ref. Defect: ECR181109, W8.1: Airplane mode still on after turn on wireless Radio

Airplane Mode - OFF

1. Turn OFF Airplane Mode.

Expected:

- Confirm that Wi-Fi, Mobile Broadband, WiMAX (if applicable) radios can be turned OFF/ON and can connect.

- Confirm that Airplane Mode bar is switched to OFF

- Confirm wireless profiles are listed in Network charms bar.

- Confirm that network icon is shown in desktop taskbar.

Repeat these steps pressing Airplane Mode ON/OFF 20 times and confirm that it works as toggle switch properly.

Apply again the above scenarios by pressing Fn+F5 or any supported hotkey (Airplane Mode ON/OFF).

Repeat these steps pressing Fn+F5 or any supported hotkey 20 times and confirm that it works as toggle switch properly.

A
Wireless Radio Verification in PC Settings > Wireless

1. Turn ON Wireless Radio

2. Check the wireless radio status...It should be ON.

3. Check Wireless functionality if connects successfully.

4. Turn OFF Wireless Radio

5. Check the wireless radio status...It should be OFF.

Repeat these steps pressing Wireless Radio ON/OFF 20 times and confirm that it works as toggle switch properly.

Wireless Radio Verification in PC Settings > Network > Airplane Mode > under Wireless Devices (For Windows 8.1)

1. Turn ON Wireless Radio

2. Check the wireless radio status...It should be ON.

3. Check Wireless functionality if connects successfully.

4. Turn OFF Wireless Radio

5. Check the wireless radio status...It should be OFF.

Repeat these steps pressing Wireless Radio ON/OFF 20 times and confirm that it works as toggle switch properly.

With Power Management in PC Settings > Wireless

Confirm that the Wireless radio is ON

Suspend the system using Fn+F4.

Resume after one minute.

Confirm that the wireless radio is still ON.

[The scenario below is not applicable for Tablet systems]

Confirm that the Wireless radio is ON.

Suspend the system by LID close.

Resume after one minute.

Confirm that the Wireless radio is still ON

Confirm that the Wireless radio is ON

Hibernate the system using Fn+F12

Resume after one minute.

Confirm that the wireless radio is still ON.

Confirm that the Wireless radio is OFF

Suspend the system using Fn+F4.

Resume after one minute.

Confirm that the wireless radio is still OFF.

[The scenario below is not applicable for Tablet systems]

Confirm that the Wireless radio is OFF.

Suspend the system by LID close.

Resume after one minute.

Confirm that the Wireless radio is still OFF.

Confirm that the Wireless radio is OFF

Hibernate the system using Fn+F12

Resume after one minute.

Confirm that the wireless radio is still OFF.

If battery is detached/attached from the system.

1. Confirm that the Wireless radio is ON

2. Hibernate the system using Fn+F12.

3. Detach then attach the battery from the system.

4. Resume after 1 minute.

5. Confirm that Confirm that the Wireless radio is still ON.

6. Confirm that the Wireless radio is ON.

7. Power OFF the system.

8. Detach then attach the battery from the system.

9. Power On the system.

10. Confirm that the Wireless radio is still ON.

With Power Management in PC Settings > Network > Airplane Mode > under Wireless Devices (For Windows 8.1)

Confirm that the Wireless radio is ON

Suspend the system using Fn+F4.

Resume after one minute.

Confirm that the wireless radio is still ON.

[The scenario below is not applicable for Tablet systems]

Confirm that the Wireless radio is ON.

Suspend the system by LID close.

Resume after one minute.

Confirm that the Wireless radio is still ON

Confirm that the Wireless radio is ON

Hibernate the system using Fn+F12

Resume after one minute.

Confirm that the wireless radio is still ON.

Confirm that the Wireless radio is OFF

Suspend the system using Fn+F4.

Resume after one minute.

Confirm that the wireless radio is still OFF.

[The scenario below is not applicable for Tablet systems]

Confirm that the Wireless radio is OFF.

Suspend the system by LID close.

Resume after one minute.

Confirm that the Wireless radio is still OFF.

Confirm that the Wireless radio is OFF

Hibernate the system using Fn+F12

Resume after one minute.

Confirm that the wireless radio is still OFF.

If battery is detached/attached from the system.

1. Confirm that the Wireless radio is ON

2. Hibernate the system using Fn+F12.

3. Detach then attach the battery from the system.

4. Resume after 1 minute.

5. Confirm that Confirm that the Wireless radio is still ON.

6. Confirm that the Wireless radio is ON.

7. Power OFF the system.

8. Detach then attach the battery from the system.

9. Power On the system.

10. Confirm that the Wireless radio is still ON.

Remove the Wireless adapter from the system

Start the system

Go to PC Settings > Wireless

When NO wireless adapter/Bluetooth adapter is present.

For Windows 8.1:

Remove the Wireless adapter from the system

Start the system

Go to PC Settings > Network > Airplane Mode > under Wireless Devices

When NO wireless adapter/Bluetooth adapter is present.

PC Settings > Wireless Verification with Global Switch/BIOS setting

Device
BIOS Settings
Global Switch
Criteria
Result
Win 8
Wireless LAN and WiMAX Radios
ON
ON
Should list Wireless with Turn ON/OFF options in PC Settings > Wireless

Should be able to Turn ON/OFF Wireless Radio

OFF
ON
Wireless Radio with Turn ON/OFF options should not be visible
ON
OFF
PC Settings > Wireless message saying "To use wireless controls, turn on the wireless communication switch on your PC hardware" should appear

Desktop > click Network icon in taskbar > message saying "No connections are available"

OFF
OFF
PC Settings > Wireless message saying "To use wireless controls, turn on the wireless communication switch on your PC hardware" should appear

Desktop > click Network icon in taskbar > message saying "No connections are available"

PC Settings > Wireless Verification without Global Switch/BIOS setting (Airplane Mode)

Device
BIOS Settings
Airplane Mode
Criteria
Result
Win 8
Wireless LAN and WiMAX Radios
ON
ON
Should list Wireless with Turn ON/OFF options in PC Settings > Wireless

Should not be able to Turn ON/OFF Wireless Radio

OFF
ON
Wireless Radio with Turn ON/OFF options should not be visible
ON
OFF
Should list Wireless with Turn ON/OFF options in PC Settings > Wireless

Should be able to Turn ON/OFF Wireless Radio

OFF
OFF
PC Settings > Wireless > No Wireless Radios should show

Desktop > click Network icon in taskbar > message saying "No connections are available"

PC Settings > Network > Airplane Mode > Wireless Verification without Global Switch/BIOS setting (For Windows 8.1)

Device
BIOS Settings
Airplane Mode
Criteria
Result
Win 8.1
Wireless LAN and WiMAX Radios
ON
ON
Should list Wireless with Turn ON/OFF options in PC Settings > Network > Airplane Mode > under Wireless Devices

Should be able to Turn ON/OFF Wireless Radio

Ref. Defect: ECR181109, W8.1: Airplane mode still on after turn on wireless Radio

OFF
ON
Wireless Radio with Turn ON/OFF options should not be visible
ON
OFF
Should list Wireless with Turn ON/OFF options in PC Settings > Network > Airplane Mode > under Wireless Devices

Should be able to Turn ON/OFF Wireless Radio

OFF
OFF
PC Settings > Network > Airplane Mode > under Wireless Devices > No Wireless Radios should show

Desktop > click Network icon in taskbar > message saying "No connections are available"

OTHER DETAILS

EUT Quantity : 1 1. "Please check Error and Warning message in Event Viewer before you start the test case and after you complete the test case, and report it to your team lead."

2. "Perform All Test in Battery Mode (Some of the test items need to perform in AC Mode, follow each Test Case)" (All Test Activity should be performed with AMT Enabled) For Supported Adapter, Refer the root Test Plan. This depends on each product support.

ADAPTER LIST

Adapter Name
Card Revision (Example 3B2....)
Firmware Version
Phase Entry :

Phase Exit :

Phase Entry :

Phase Exit :

Fill out the following or attach the ATS system information file. Specify driver/EEPROM/firmware/card revision tested for Entry/Exit period.

Windows 8 / 8.1

Phase Entry :

Phase Exit :

EUT
BIOS
H8
Preload Image
Wireless Driver
Ethernet Driver details
Audio
Video
Lenovo Settings
Dependency Package
Mobile Hotspot
Location Awareness
Other driver details

Points to Remember

Refer Build letter of Wireless driver and Lenovo Settings component for driver installation sequence. Installation procedure may vary from adapter to adapter.
Perform this test both in Admin and User mode.
Use the correct version of the adapter and firmware for the adapter.
For Access Point details, contact network administrator
TEMS Reviewer Log:
Review Logs
Created last 2016-06-13 13:27:22 by Eiji Ogata. Review Comments(Review Complete): review complered.
Keywords:   None
Requirements :   None
Attached files :

Update History:
Modified last: 2016-03-09 18:24:21.627, by Yoshihiro Amenomiya
Modified last: 2015-10-23 14:02:13.606, by Yoshihiro Amenomiya