Windows Wireless Profile Commands

There may be times where you need to add/remove wireless profiles from the CLI.

#VIEW WLAN NETWORKS
Show a list of wireless profiles

netsh wlan show networks

Interface name : Wireless Network Connection
There are 5 networks currently visible.

SSID 1 : COR-GUEST
    Network type            : Infrastructure
    Authentication          : Open
    Encryption              : None

SSID 2 : COR-BYOD
    Network type            : Infrastructure
    Authentication          : WPA2-Enterprise
    Encryption              : CCMP

SSID 3 : COR-DEV
    Network type            : Infrastructure
    Authentication          : WPA2-Enterprise
    Encryption              : CCMP

SSID 4 : COR-VOIP
    Network type            : Infrastructure
    Authentication          : WPA2-Enterprise
    Encryption              : CCMP

SSID 5 : COR-EMP
    Network type            : Infrastructure
    Authentication          : WPA2-Enterprise
    Encryption              : CCMP

#DELETE WLAN PROFILE
Delete a wireless profile

netsh wlan delete profile name=”COR-VOIP”

#EXPORT WLAN PROFILE
Export a wireless profile

netsh wlan export profile name="COR-BYOD" folder=c:\Profiles

#ADD WLAN PROFILE
Add a wireless profile from an xml profile

netsh wlan add profile filename=c:\Profiles\COR-EMP_WPA2.xml       

There are more options than this but this is a good start.

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