Yes. I've been using Windows since XP, so I know how to use Safe Mode with networking. Do you have Windows 10? I'm looking for people who have actually had this issue of Wifi not working in Safe Mode with Networking and figured out how to fix it. If it's already working for you, then you may not know how to troubleshoot this.
I have a built-in wireless adapter built into the tablet, not some third party device. So it should be available, but when I go into safe mode, the adapter is not available. I'll post the state of my device manager here. Give me a minute.
So in one of those pictures it shows the wireless nic is on "Intel SD host controller", if you can locate this device in Device Manager, go to properties > Driver > Driver details and list the drivers it uses. Also does the SD host controller show any error codes under Device Status on the general tab?
Back in the XP days I believe you could add drivers to boot in safe mode by adding a key for your driver to HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\SafeBoot\Network. I do not think this works anymore. I did test it with a vmware driver and it was a no go. Ultimately if the SD HC that is not present is in fact where the nic resides you would need to figure a way to force it to load. This may not be possible and I am unable to direct you on getting that to load in safe mode. You may be SOL.