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.