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c:\windows>netsh wlan show networks ? Usage: show networks [[interface=]] [[mode=]ssid/bssid] Parameters: Tag Value interface - Name of the interface which has this profile configured. mode - Get detailed bssid information. Remarks: Shows the networks available to the system. Parameter interface and bssid are both optional. If interface name is given, only the networks on the given interface will be listed. Otherwise, all networks visible to the system will be listed. If mode=bssid is given then the visible bssids for each ssid will also be listed. Otherwise only ssids will be listed. Examples: show networks interface="Wireless Network Connection" show networks mode=Bssid show networks

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netsh wlan show networks - Windows Vista - command Shows a list of networks visible on the system. / Windows Vista
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