You can disable Wi-Fi Sense on Windows 10 Enterprise or Pro editions using Registry Editor, and deploy this policy across your system. Wi-Fi Sense can automatically make Wi-Fi connections on your computer so that you can go online quickly in more locations. Wi-Fi Sense can connect you to open Wi-Fi hotspots that are collected through crowdsourcing, or to Wi-Fi networks that your contacts share with you through Wi-Fi Sense.
Disable Wi-Fi Sense using Registry
To disable Wi-Fi Sense on computers in the enterprise environment, you can make use of the Windows Registry Editor.
If you are an IT administrator and want to deploy this policy across your system, Run regedit to open the Registry Editor and navigate to the following key:
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