RadWindow is hosted in transparent WPF Window. You could get the host Window at run time as shown below:
var wpfWindow = Window.GetWindow(radWindow);
If you need it before it is shown, you could use the HostCreated
event of RadWindow - you will be able to find the WPF Window instance in the event arguments.
Hope this helps.
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