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Hi Folks

Im trying to write a littel app to automate the process of configuring wireless access points

Part of the process involves switching from DHCP to a documented static IP address,

I found the netsh commands for doing this and would like to wrap them in an au3 script which gives the user a dropdown list of the available nics in their pc/laptop when they pick one they then have a button to toggle between dhcp and static

Teh one part of this im stuck with is finding and listing the nics

I searched the forums and foudn afew posts relating to enablign/disabling nics but the name of the connections seemed to be hard coded in the script

Can anyone point me in the right direction on this one?

Thanks

Grant

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Use WMI and query the list of adapters. You can use the tool to generate the WMI query in AutoIt.

Use the WMI class Win32_NetworkAdapter, Win32_NetworkAdapterConfiguration or Win32_NetworkAdapterConfiguration.

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