Friday, January 24, 2014

Managing Wireless Network profiles on Windows 8

If you have ever worked with managing Wireless Networks in Windows 7, you may have noticed that there is a GUI interface to manage wireless networks in Windows 7 which allows you to add, change and delete Wireless Networks that have been configured on Windows 7.

Unfortunately, Windows 8 has removed the ability to manage and maintain the complete list of wireless network profiles from the User Interface.  I am not quite sure why Microsoft decided to make this change, but it now requires reverting to the command line in order to view and manipulate all of the available wireless network profiles configured on your Windows 8/8.1 machine.

The article on how to accomplish this can be found here:

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