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netsh wlan missing on IoT Core custom image RRS feed

  • Question

  • After building my custom IoTCore image and connecting via SSH or powershell, I find that the netsh wlan
    context is not found. I am using IoT Core v.10.0.17134.

    Here is my TestOEMInput.xml file.
    Am I missing a feature, or is netsh wlan only available in development images?

    <Features>
        <Microsoft>
        <Feature>IOT_EFIESP</Feature>
        <Feature>IOT_EFIESP_BCD_MBR</Feature>
        <Feature>IOT_DMAP_DRIVER</Feature>      
        <Feature>IOT_UAP_OOBE</Feature>
        <Feature>IOT_APP_TOOLKIT</Feature>      
        <Feature>IOT_POWERSHELL</Feature>
        <Feature>IOT_SSH</Feature>
        <Feature>IOT_SIREP</Feature>      
        <Feature>IOT_ENABLE_TESTSIGNING</Feature>            
        <Feature>IOT_CRT140</Feature>      
        <Feature>IOT_UNIFIED_WRITE_FILTER</Feature>      
        </Microsoft>    
    </Features>





    • Edited by GDProf Friday, August 2, 2019 8:33 PM
    Friday, August 2, 2019 8:30 PM

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  • Hello GDProf,

    Add the following feature and try again to see if it helps.

    <Feature>IOT_TOOLKIT</Feature>

    You can check the final feature list at, for example, \[your-workspace-path]\Build\arm\ProductA\Test\ProcessedFiles\OEMInput.xml.

    Best regards,

    Rita


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  • Hello GDProf,

    Could you please tell me if you have fixed the issue? Please feel free let me know if you have any question about this issue.

    Best Regards,

    Michael


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