You could try blacklisting the networks you don’t to connect to.
Search for Command Prompt, right-click the top result, and select Run as administrator.
Type the following command to block an network and press Enter:
netsh wlan add filter permission=block ssid="WIFI NAME TO BLOCK" networktype=infrastructure
Remember to enter the correct SSID name for the Wi-Fi you want to block, then repeat the steps to block other networks.
Once you’ve completed the steps, you will no longer see nor you’ll be to connect to the Wi-Fi network.
To revert the changes use this command instead:
netsh wlan add filter permission=allow ssid="WIFI NAME TO ALLOW" networktype=infrastructure
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