Microsoft will be accepting 802.11ad WDI drivers for HLK certification for the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (1709) to facilitate broad distribution and testing among Windows Insiders and ecosystem partners. However, due to the lack of broad testing of 802.11ad WDI functionality, this feature is enabled as a developer preview for the Windows 10, version 1709 release.
If a problem is encountered with 802.11ad functionality, please contact your 802.11ad IHV partner for support assistance. Microsoft is committed to supporting 802.11ad Wi-Fi connectivity in a future version of Windows 10 in order to enable wireless docking and other scenarios.
NDISTest 6.0 - [2 Machine] - 2c_Mini6RSSSendRecv (Multi-Group Win8+)
NDISTest 6.5 - [2 Machine] - CheckConnectivity with AutoFail
WLAN Detect Deprecated Native Wi-Fi Drivers - (WoW64 for Arm64)
Wi-Fi Direct Service Pairing and Reconnect Tests - Functional
Wlan Test - Attempt a connection to a non-existent network - (WoW64 for Arm64)
Wlan Test - Check Hosted Network Capable - (WoW64 for Arm64)
Wlan Test - Connect to a WPA2 PSK AES AP - (WoW64 for Arm64)
Wlan Test - Connect to a WPA2 PSK AES AP with Sleep cycle - (WoW64 for Arm64)
Wlan Test - Enable and Disable WFD Autonomous GO - (WoW64 for Arm64)
Wlan Test - Wlan Device Capabilities Check - (WoW64 for Arm64)
[Network Adapter] Basic network connectivity with physical network adapters
[Network Adapter] Verification for network adapter test framework