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Old 06-22-2016, 03:50 PM
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No routers or firewalls installed. The machine can see and share files all over the network but despite being able to ping/reply all over the world, it can't "connect.
Using its wifi card I've connected to a Verizon hotspot to bypass the whole local network and no change, no joy.
The IT guy (and I) gave up. I installed a new SS 1t as a boot drive with WIN7p64 and a 2TB Constellation for data. The old drive will be in there and I will pull data from it to the new Constellation.
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