A network administrator notices a new WiFi connection has appeared as a wireless network choice and is always at the top of the list. As a result, users are constantly trying to connect to the wrong network. Which of the following should the administrator do to correct this issue?
A. Adjust the wireless router antennas to 90 degrees clockwise from the current position.
B. Ask the new wireless network owner to adjust the radio power level so it is listed below the company’s network.
C. Set all of the WiFi users’ wireless profiles to automatically connect to the company network.
D. Change the company’s channel to a lower number than the new network’s channel.