I am trying to get to the "Wireless Network Connection" which we can normally get to by right clicking on that pc icon in the system tray & selecting the "View Available Wireless Networks" option. Is it possible to bring up that window through code using Windows SDK? I tried gettting to it through running some *.cpl files. But that only takes me to the Network Connections window. How to get to that "Wireless Network Connection" window directly. Is it a child window or something?
Alternatively I tried making a shortcut for that window but that's not possible. The best that can be done is making a shortcut for the "Wireless Network Connection" window(the one with the "Properties","Disable" & "View Wireless Networks" buttons), but I still need to click on the "View Wireless Networks" button to get to the window I'm trying to get to. Even running the shortcut is somehow currently not working using the ShellExecute function. But I think that must be me doing something wrong.If I can get that shortcut working through code, is it possible to simulate a double tab & a click so that the "Wireless Network Connection" comes up?