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wclWiFiEvent Method

This is the overview for the wclWiFiEvent method overload.

 
Name 
Description 
 
The event fires when autoconfiguration is disabled on the auto configuration module (ACM).  
 
The event fires when autoconfiguration is enabled on the auto configuration module (ACM).  
 
The event fires when background scans are disabled on the auto configuration module (ACM).  
 
The event fires when background scans are enabled on the auto configuration module (ACM).  
 
The event fires when a change in the filter list has occurred, either through group policy or a call to the WiFI functions.  
 
The event fires when a wireless LAN interface is been added to or enabled on the local computer.  
 
The event fires when a wireless LAN interface has been removed or disabled on the local computer.  
 
The event fires when the wireless service found a connectable network after a scan, the interface was in the disconnected state, and there is no compatible auto-connect profile that the wireless service can use to connect.  
 
The event fires when the wireless service cannot find any connectable network after a scan.  
 
The event fires when the operational state has changed.  
 
The event fires when a profile has been bloacked.  
 
The event fires when a change in a profile or the profile list has occurred, either through group policy or by calls to Native Wifi functions.  
 
The event fires when all profiles were exhausted in an attempt to autoconnect.  
 
The event fires when a profile has been unbloacked.  
 
The event fires when a scan for networks has completed.  
 
The event fires when a scan list has been refreshed.  
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