How to disbale/enable logically wifi on Windows?

  netsh, wifi, windows

To meet the constraints of my company, I must on a machine authorize only one active connection on a network. For this I need to control the activation or desactivation of wifi.

With netsh utility i can enable/disable physically the network card.

To display interface state :

netsh interface show interface "Wi-Fi"

To enable physically (with admin privilege) :

netsh interface set interface "Wi-Fi" admin=ENABLED

To disable physically (with admin privilege) :

netsh interface set interface "Wi-Fi" admin=DISABLED

On Windows we can enable/disable Wi-Fi logically. (Just click on network icone in task bar, then click on the wifi logo, the wifi interface is disabled.)

But with netsh it is not possible to enable/disable it logically. How can do it by CLI on Windows ?

Thank for your help.

Source: Windows Questions

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