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I am proficient in setting up wireless networks, and I am also able to set up filesharing and such (not that this will be needed in this case). The owner of a local business I frequent (otherwise known as a "BAR"). would like to offer WiFi to his customers so they can use their laptops, etc. to access the internet.

I can set up the (secured) network, but he's concerned about keeping people he's given the password to from "hacking" his business computer.

Can anyone advise me as to the best way to achieve this goal?

Thank You!

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