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cmd administrator

1. netsh wlan show drivers


If Hosted network supported says Yes
2. Configure the Wireless Hosted Network:
netsh wlan set hostednetwork mode=allow ssid=CStrikeServer key=123454321
3. Enable the Wireless Hosted Network:
netsh wlan start hostednetwork
4. You re all set, with just one thing remaining.
If it s not already enabled, you need to allow
Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) for your
currently-active internet connection.
Simply head over to Network & Sharing Center,
and in the properties for the current internet
connection, enable ICS. Make sure to select the
ad hoc connection under Home networking connection.
5. Disable the Wireless Hosted Network:
netsh wlan stop hostednetwork
6. Retrieve the Wireless Hosted Network details:
netsh wlan show hostednetwork
7. Change the password:
netsh wlan refresh hostednetwork [YourNewNetworkPassword]

In Windows 8, Microsoft also removed the ability to save/export


the network profiles from the GUI in the Wireless Network Properties
box under the Connection tab. However, it s still possible via Netsh commands:
Export a wireless network profile:
netsh wlan export profile name=[profile name]
Import a network profile:
netsh wlan add profile filename=[path_and_filename.xml] interface=[inter
face_name]
Show the list of wireless profiles:
netsh wlan show profiles
Retrieve the stored key (WPA, WEP, etc) of a profile:
netsh wlan show profiles name=[profile name] key=clear
Delete a wireless profile:
netsh wlan delete profile name=[profile name]
Set a network s priority:
netsh wlan set profileorder name=[profile name]interface=[interface_name
] priority=1
Stop automatically connecting to a network:
netsh wlan set profileparameter name=[profile name] connectionmode=manua
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