Airport Express not Connecting Wirelessly

Hi,
I'm on a Windows 7 machine. I'm using a Airport Extreme (802.11AC) as a router for my fiberoptic connection. That has been working fine for about six months. Today, I decided to extend the wireless coverage so I purchased an Airport Express (802.11N Second Generation). I cannot get the amber light to stop flashing and the only way I am able to get the device to show up in Airport Utility is if I plug it directly into the Airport Extreme.
I've reset the device multiple times without success.
I have just finished downloading the Airport Utility for Windows. I went through all of the prompts and set up the Airport Express to extend my existing wireless network. I was able to get the device to show up in the Airport Utility (both for the Windows and the iPad apps). However, the second I unplug it from the Airport Extreme, the connectivity goes away.
I don't believe it's a signal strength issue because I'm plugging it in at a location where I've been connecting wirelessly to the Airport Extreme for six months or so and never had a problem. However, just to be safe, I have tried moving it to two separate locations without any luck.
While I was searching the support articles, I found one where a user suggested that the TCP/IP addresses may have become corrupted. Then, they linked to a Microsoft page that included a utility to fix those issues. I ran the utility, but still have not had any success.
Here's a summary of what I have done:
1. Reset the device via the reset button on the back.
2. Connected via ethernet cable to the Airport Extreme basestation and completed setting up the device through the Windows utility. Was able to get to a green light and have the Airport Express registering as visible on both the iPad and Windows Airport Utility apps.
3. Checked wireless strength by attempting setup at multiple locations.
4. Installed a Microsoft TCP/IP using their NetShell utility.
Devices involved:
Windows 7 machine
Airport Extreme (802.11AC)
Airport Express (802.11N Second Generation)
Airport Utility version 7.7.3
What am I missing? Any suggestions about how to resolve this?

If you connect an Ethernet cable to the Express, then AirPort Utility thinks that this is the way that the Express is going to be set up permanently.
If you want the Express to connect using wireless, you cannot use an Ethernet cable at all during the setup.
Reset the Express back to factory default settings
Power off the AirPort Extreme for a minute, then power it back up
Temporarily, locate the Express in the same room or close proximity to the Express
On the iPad home screen......tap Settings
Tap WiFi
Under the heading of Setup an AirPort Base Station
Tap on AirPort Express
Follow the prompts
Once the Express is set up, move it to a location that is approximately half way between the AirPort Extreme and the general area where  you need more wireless coverage.  Reason.....the Express can only extend the quality and speed of signal that it receives from the AirPort Extreme.

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