I'm using the asynchronous version of the MWlanMgmtInterface::GetAvailableIaps() method from the WLAN Management API in the SDK plugin.
The only cancellation method on MWlanMgmtInterface is CancelNotifications(), but that seems to be there to cancel ActivateNotificationsL() rather than GetAvailableIaps().
I've switched to the synchronous version of GetAvailableIaps() for now, but I don't like the thread-blocking that it entails.
Any ideas? Having an asynchronous provider API without a corresponding cancellation method seems broken.