How to make a bat file cmd that exports and imports WIFI profiles

JoakimSV 40 Reputation points
2023-01-24T12:38:51.3466667+00:00

How to make a bat file cmd that exports and imports WIFI profiles to a USB stick

I want the following options:

1 Export 1 spesific WIFI profile

2 Export all stored WIFI profiles

3 Iimport 1 specific WIFI profile

4 Import all stored WIFI profiles

5 Exit

And i do not want to write the username for the folder/file path

The case is that i want to import wifi(s) profile(s) to computer(s) from another location, and when the device is in range of the imported WIFI profile it will connect

BONUS, is it also possible to retrieve the WIFI profile(s) in recovery mode? and if so, how??

-Thanks

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  1. Limitless Technology 43,971 Reputation points
    2023-01-25T16:11:27.71+00:00

    Hi,

    Thank you for posting your query.

    Kindly follow the steps provided below to resolve your issue.

    Batch files for backing up and restoring Windows wifi networks

    wifi-backup.bat

    @ECHO OFFREM This will export all wifi profiles to the current folder. Each profile has its own XML file.netsh wlan export profile key=clear

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    wifi-restore.bat

    @ECHO OFFREM This will loop through all *.xml files in the current folder and import the profiles FORFILES /M *.xml /C "cmd /c netsh wlan add profile @path"

    Go to this link for your reference and other troubleshooting procedures https://gist.github.com/pseudosavant/c7f0bbba32a7a765a5132eba2fb4f51e

    Note: This is a non-Microsoft website kindly take precautions before downloading anything.

    Do not hesitate to message us if you need further assistance.

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