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TwclWiFiEvents Events

The events of the TwclWiFiEvents class are listed here.

 
Name 
Description 
 
The event fires when a state change has occurred for an adhoc network.  
 
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 the BSS type for an interface has changed.  
 
The event fires when a connection attempt has failed.  
 
The event fires when a connection has completed.  
 
The event fires when a connection has started to a network in range.  
 
The event fires when the wireless service has disconnected from a connectable network.  
 
The event fires when the wireless service is disconnecting from a connectable network.  
 
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 the power setting for an interface 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 a profile name has changed, 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 for connectable networks failed.  
 
The event fires when a scan list has been refreshed.  
 
The event fires when rhe screen power has changed.  
 
The event fires when the wireless Hosted Network peer state has changed.  
 
The event fires when the wireless Hosted Network radio state has changed.  
 
The event fires when the wireless Hosted Network state has changed.  
 
The event fires when the operation mode of the wireless device has changed.  
 
The event fires when a wireless adapter has been removed from the local computer.  
 
The event fires when the wireless device has associated with an access point or a peer station.  
 
The event fires when a wireless device is in the process of associating with an access point or a peer station.  
 
The event fires when the wireless device is in the process of authenticating.  
 
The event fires when the wireless device is associated with an access point or a peer station, keys have been exchanged, and the wireless device is available to send data.  
 
The event fires when a wireless device is in the process of disassociating from an access point or a peer station.  
 
The event fires when the wireless device is not associated with an access point or a peer station.  
 
The event fires when a peer has joined an adhoc network.  
 
The event fires when a peer has left an adhoc network.  
 
The event fires when the radio state for an adapter has changed. Each physical layer (PHY) has its own radio state. The radio for an adapter is switched off when the radio state of every PHY is off.  
 
The event fires when the wireless device was connected to an access point and has completed roaming to another access point.  
 
The event fires when the wireless device is connected to an access point and has initiated roaming to another access point.  
 
The event fires when a signal quality change for the currently associated access point or peer station.  
 
The event fires when the 802.1X authentication process was restarted.  
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