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Using Netsh for viewing Wireless Networks | EtherHex Hey Guys, In the past I have had to investigate wireless channel information on corporate SOE computers that did not have any useful wireless tools such as inSSIDer or Netstumbler installed. After some research I found out you can use the inbuilt windows netsh command to display information about wireless networks that the client can see. netsh does not work to set IP address of "Wireless Network Jan 06, 2015 Fix “Windows Can’t Connect To This Network” Error Apr 01, 2020

connect: Connects to a wireless network. delete: Deletes a configuration entry from a table. disconnect: Disconnects from a wireless network. dump: Displays a configuration script. export: Saves WLAN profiles to XML files. netsh dump. Dump all the network information as a script to the screen. Can also be sent to a file by doing netsh dump

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