Work Group

Discussion in 'Java' started by sihle87@gmail.com, Mar 25, 2008.

  1. Guest

    hello,

    I've been given a laptop at work and it's on workgroup. it's has a
    wireless network.

    I have a little problem, i just want to know what is a work group and
    whether is there an administrator who watches you in a work group and
    can change things in it.
    The reason for asking is that they told us(10 of us) that we can be
    able to send e-mails to each other and contact each other but to my
    suprise, we couldn't. I've been going to the net (through some network
    which is not from work.), and then suddenly i couldn't go to the net,
    my computer only shows that it is connected to some network but
    doesn't go to the net. is it i'm disabled by the workgroup
    administrator or i'm just panicking over nothing?

    (sorry guys, my english is bad.)
    -Thanks.
    , Mar 25, 2008
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  2. GArlington Guest

    On Mar 25, 9:14 am, wrote:
    > hello,
    >
    > I've been given a laptop at work and it's on workgroup. it's has a
    > wireless network.
    >
    > I have a little problem, i just want to know what is a work group and
    > whether is there an administrator who watches you in a work group and
    > can change things in it.
    > The reason for asking is that they told us(10 of us) that we can be
    > able to send e-mails to each other and contact each other but to my
    > suprise, we couldn't. I've been going to the net (through some network
    > which is not from work.), and then suddenly i couldn't go to the net,
    > my computer only shows that it is connected to some network but
    > doesn't go to the net. is it i'm disabled by the workgroup
    > administrator or i'm just panicking over nothing?
    >
    > (sorry guys, my english is bad.)
    > -Thanks.


    And in what way does this problem relate to Java programming?
    GArlington, Mar 25, 2008
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