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Enable User-Specific Wireless Networks in Windows 10

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#1 ejepsen


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Posted 31 July 2017 - 01:59 AM

At home we have a shared PC running Win10 Pro which is used by adults and youngsters.

I want to ensure that when youngsters use the PC then they access an Wifi accesspoint which does only gives them access to the internet but not internal file shares or other computers on the network etc.

So when the admin or other accounts logs onto the PC (under a specific account) then they are automatically logged on to the "unlimited" access point where they can access file shares etc.
However when youngster's account logs onto the PC, with their specific user account, then they automatically log onto the "limited" access point.

In Win7 this was possible through:

But it seems that this feature has been removed in Windows 10 ? Any workarounds to fulfil my objective?

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