How to generate a WLAN report to diagnose network problems in Windows 10

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October 21, 2017 By Directors

If your Windows 10 PC is facing network connection problems, you can generate a WLAN report via the command prompt. The generated WLAN report can be viewed via any browser. This report will provide you with the latest session information for the last few days and a detailed detailed report of all errors and event information.

Let's see how to generate a WLAN report in Windows 10

Step 1: Open Command Prompt as Administrator



Step 2: Now type the command given below.

netsh wlan show wlanreport

Step 3: Now, open any browser of your choice like Chrome or Firefox and enter the following URL in the address bar.

file:///C:/ProgramData/Microsoft/Windows/WlanReport/

Step 4: Now open wlan-report-latest.html

Final report: Alternatively you can also paste C: / ProgramData / Microsoft / Windows / WlanReport / in the address bar of your browser and open the wlan-report-latest.html file from your browser.

That is. The report is open in your browser.

Now at the top is a graphical representation of your connected sessions. Hover over any of the bar-style session graphs and you'll get the session duration, start time and end time, as well as the reason for disconnection.



Note that when the Disconnection Reason field is blank, it only shows that when the PC has entered an idle state, the wireless network has entered a low power state.

Just browse below and it will show you all wireless connection events with detailed message and event ID.

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