Feeding Credentials into NetUI

We have a custom UI that we use. We disable the NetUI as explained here: Network Messages Suppress (Hide) from NETUI so we can use our own popups to gather information to make the UI look uniform.

When we try to connect to wifi using 802.1x enterprise using TLS (certificates) or PEAP (username & password), the network box obviously does not show up to get the information. It then fails to connect. Taking off the registry entry to suppress, we are able to enter credentials and it works

Is there a way to feed the necessary information to the NetUI? Is there a place in the wi-fi profiles to say what username or password (if needed) to use? Is there perhaps some sort of callback to listen to and programatically set that information?

Thanks for the help

Dear @Cerealkiller050,

Thank you for contacting support. There must be a way since connection manager does it, we don’t have any idea now. Also we are not expert on this topic and don’t know how to do it.

Do you have installed WinCE platform builder? Could you try to understand the behavior how the connection manager doing it with the help of KITL debugger.

If you want do debug setup use our binary bsp and workspace from here : https://developer.toradex.com/software/windows-embedded-compact/t20-t30-wec-software#Binary_Image_BSP_and_Workspace_Downloads

Please let us know if you have any other questions.