WiFi-Manager is a developer tool that allows you to manage wireless networks and settings in Windows XP SP2 and Vista using one set of API functions.
Features: Development of software that must manage WiFi connections and settings in Windows has the following problem. There are two versions of Windows that have API for WiFi networks management: Windows XP Service Pack 2 (or SP3) and Windows Vista. But both versions use absolutely different APIs for wireless network management. WiFi-Manager is a developer tool. Managing wireless networks and settings in Windows XP SP2 and Vista are provided using one set of API functions. Also WiFi-Manager provides a COM interface. All API functions can be used to simply control WiFi settings from VB or such .NET languages as VB.NET or C#. This package contains functions for enumerating WiFi adapters, available networks, getting their settings, connecting and disconnecting functions, functions for working with wireless networks profiles and so on. You are then able to support Windows XP SP2 and Windows Vista via one set of API.
Wireless networks with Open, Shared, WPA, WPA-PSK, WPA2, WPA2-PSK authentication and WEP, TKIP and AES data encryption are supported. It provides API for working with Windows firewall and for working with general adapters in both WiFi and LAN. The APIs lso have functions for operations as pinging, getting, setting IP address of adapters, etc. It works with all programming languages that support DLLs and COM objects, Unicode is supported. Integration is facilitated by source code samples in C++, Delphi, VB, VB.NET, C#. Detailed documentation for APIs, structures and types are also available.
Overall: Good and handy package for implementing WiFi support.