Loc: New Hampshire
don't know, it was something from Dell. A VP got a new Dell laptop (lucky guy ) and it came with a wireless access point as part of the package.<br><br>So they decided that it would be nice for visitors to be able to open their laptops and get connected to it to. The IT guy spent the morning setting it up so visitors can access the internet and print without having a password or special setup requirements.<br><br>I'm sure this wasn't an out of the box solution by the time he was finished.<br><br>
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