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Windows 7: how to display a list of connected wireless clients?

03 Sep 2010   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate (x64)
how to display a list of connected wireless clients?

OK, simple question - I have a router with four wired connections and the wireless. The wired computers are right in front of me - this is my home office we're talking about - but how do I know who's connected to my wireless? Yes, I could go into the router configuration and maybe see a log, but it would be much nicer if there was some simple app right on my desktop - such as those in Samurize - that would simply show me the list of connected clients?

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03 Sep 2010   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate Professional x64

Hey uni,
Download SIW. It will give you the most information if you ask me. When you open it, go to the bottom of the left hand panel, and you will be able to expand one of the options to see everyone connected to your network.

Hope this works for ya,
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