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In .NET C#, we can identify network availability changes by calling this event
NetworkChange.NetworkAvailabilityChanged += AvailabilityChanged;


But how to know is WIFI disconnected from Laptop manual or because of other technical issues.
Let me know any registry Key is related to WIFI connect/disconnect button

We can Identify Airplane mode changes by
RegistryKey key = Registry.LocalMachine.OpenSubKey(@"SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Control\RadioManagement\SystemRadioState")


Is there anyway to identify button click on wifi connect/disconnect ?

What I have tried:

Tried event capture
NetworkAvailabilityChanged
, But it is triggering while manual or not. Both scenarios.
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Updated 11-Feb-22 5:49am
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Richard MacCutchan 11-Feb-22 8:11am    
WiFi is not an aircraft.

If you want "more", you need to relate any log information with one of your "incidents", and go from there.

wireless networking - How to check the event log (if any) for network failure? - Super User[^]

Using Windows logs to troubleshoot wireless issues only seen at customer locations | Dell Canada[^]

Once you notice a "pattern", you can program for it.
 
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You can't - it doesn't know or care why the WiFi no longer works, just that the device is no longer connected.

Think about it: the phone line could have failed, the power gone, the router burst into flames, the user unplugged the router, he took the laptop into the garden, or even perhaps he is switching to a "better" WiFi in the cafe next door. Nobody knows what caused a disconnection, and you can't find out!
 
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