Cannot connect to server or printers?
- Your servers and printers are network devices and therefore need to be accessed over the network in most cases.
- You are either connected to your network with a network cable (cat-5/6) plugged into the back of your computer, or through WiFi.
by cable, check the network cable and make sure that it is "snapped"
into the back of your computer as well as the wall plate.
it is a WiFi connection, open your network control panel and see if you
can see the correct SSID (broadcast name of your WiFi network), and
that the computer is connecting to it.
it is not, try reconnecting and see if things are working as expected
then. At this point you may also want to restart your computer and let
it renegotiate its network connections - sometimes this will help.
around... See if anyone else is having a connectivity issue.
- If they
are then the problem is bigger than your one computer - please open a
ticket so we can start the diagnostic and repair process!
the way, if you have a locally attached printer, please check that the
printer is connected firmly into the computer (usually a USB cable), and
that the printer is powered on.
If nothing seems to be working please open a ticket here
so we can get you back on track! If you don't already have a support account, please click here
to create one!
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