Networking/Computing Tips/Tricks

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WIndows 10 has several interesting WLAN/Wi-Fi commands you can run from the Windows 10 command or Powershell.  One of them is the WLAN Report.  It takes two steps to view this information.

Step 1.

Run Windows CMD as Administrator.

Then enter the command:

netsh wlan show wlanreport

Here is an example output:

2020 01 02 11 03 00

Note that the report is written to the following location (highlighted in red):

C:/ProgramData/Microsoft/Windows/WlanReport/wlan-report-latest.html

Step 2.

Paste the link into your web browser.

You will get something that starts like this:

2020 01 02 11 07 47

It is a long report, and you will have to scroll through it.

Some of the content has scrolling windows.

For details on the output, read more here: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4000462/windows-10-analyzing-wireless-network-report

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