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Wifi connectivity issue
We are working on Hololens 2 to integrate it in one of our project. We have been testing the devices which we received recently for last couple of days. We found that the wi-fi connectivity seem to be too unstable where it won't even show up the 5GHz access point in the available network list most of the times. Even if it shows up and we try to connect it will show up "can't connect to this network" error log. The 2.4GHz access points shows up in the available network list without any problem and could also be connected. The router we are using has two separate SSIDs for 2.4GHz and 5GHz. We have wi-fi modules in our PC at the same time connecting without any problem to 5GHz access points without any problem. Our project will be entirely depending on Wi-fi. Anyone else here came across the same issue..? Any suggestions for fixing this issue.? We did a windows update in the beginning when we received the device and since we doubted it we just did factory reset but for no help.