The Windows user can manage the wireless network separately from the CMD commands, including the networks, view saved networks and passwords its format.
We will explain the method to you and explain the commands which type of the branch commands netsh. But we will only use the associated wlan.
View Saved Networks and Passwords and Manage Them in Windows via CMD
To know the commands of the command associated with the WIFI networks
The result is as in the picture:
To view the saved networks in your device, use the following command.
netsh wlan show profiles
Now if you want to display a specific network password we use the next command.
netsh wlan show profiles name=[profile name] key=clear
Where [profile name] is replaced by the name of the network whose password you want to know.
Where you will find the password in front of Key Content
If you want to delete a saved network, use the following command
netsh wlan delete profile name = NAME
Replace NAME with the network name and it will be deleted with the saved password.
Delete with the specified network cardز
netsh wlan delete profile name = [profile name] interface = interface name
Replace the name interface with the saved network after viewing the information following the network.
Determine the priority of the network to be the first come into contact.
netsh wlan set profileorder name=”network_name” interface=”interface_name” priority=1
Replace “network_name” with the network interface name “interface_name” as the network card.
This was just a simple information on managing wireless networks via Windows command prompt that might benefit them in your practical life in computer usage.