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How can I mananage my wireless network profiles in Windows 8? In Windows 7 there used to be an option in the Network and Sharing Center, but in Windows 8 it's no longer there.

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Please take a look at my answer, it is not necessary to use a third party tool. – Taylor Gibb Dec 13 '12 at 7:57
    
Removing this functionality is inexplicable to me. Every time the guest Wifi password changes at work, I now have to delete and re-add the wifi profile. Grr – piers7 Dec 2 '13 at 1:34
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Only thing I have managed to find is a third party program from The Windows Club.

Here is a link

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You dont need to use a third party tool, the one from the Windows Club is just a wrapper for the netsh command line tool.

Here is a full list of command you can use to change the priority etc.

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