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c:\windows>netsh wlan show ? The following commands are available: Commands in this context: show all - Shows complete wireless device and networks information. show autoconfig - Shows whether the auto configuration logic is enabled or disabled. show blockednetworks - Shows the blocked network display settings. show createalluserprofile - Shows whether everyone is allowed to create all user profiles. show drivers - Shows properties of the wireless LAN drivers on the system. show filters - Shows the allowed and blocked network list. show interfaces - Shows a list of the wireless LAN interfaces on the system. show networks - Shows a list of networks visible on the system. show onlyUseGPProfilesforAllowedNetworks - Shows the only use GP profiles on GP configured networks setting. show profiles - Shows a list of profiles configured on the system. show settings - Shows the global settings of wireless LAN. show tracing - Shows whether wireless LAN tracing is enabled or disabled.


netsh wlan show - Windows Vista - command Displays information. / Windows Vista
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