How I can separate the two stations in the same network.

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I am seeking some clarifications regarding this matter. I am planning install new stations with Microsoft Windows 7 OS for office use and training purpose. I am also planning to install ‘MAC’ OS in all stations in the lab for editing purpose. I do not know how I can separate the two stations in the same network. Training and office stations can only access the Database server and the MAC OS stations can only access the storage driver. May I have to buy new ‘Database Server’?

Please help me. Thanks in advance.

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How I can separate the two stations in the same network.

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You can connect to two different wireless LANs at the same time. What you wont be able to do is connect to two different Internet connections via those LAN connections simultaneously. With the Internet it will be one or the there, Windows won't have it.Thats fine, only need one internet connection, however, I can even get it to connect to two wireless networks. Even with the USB plugged in, when I try to connect to a second using the 'Connect/Disconnect' it disconnects the first before connecting to the new network.

Is there some way to point which adapters to particular wireless networks?
(or can you at least tell me how I can connect to two wireless networks at once please?)

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