Yes I did. After further testing, we confirmed McAfee Hips and DCM do not have that capability.
Although HIPS has no physical control over your wireless card and therefore cannot disable it, you can still use CAGs to prevent all traffic to/from the wireless interface. You just can't get around the "wireless networks found" dialogs that windows likes to spit at you.
Depending on the wireless driver, however, there might be options in the advanced config to disable upon wired connect. We do this 2 different ways.
1) With our Dell laptops, they have broadcom cards and the driver has the option built in where you can disable upon wired connect
2) With our Lenovo stinkpads, we use hardware profiles. A docked profile implies wired and therefore wireless is disabled and undocked implies wireless can be used.