Hey rFire2k, Welcome to G2G
The first problem is see is that a "workgroup" by definition is limited to 10 computers. So to eleviate some of the congestion, you need to be using 6 workgroups, try to arrange them logically by location. Second, ideally you would have a AP for each workgroup.
Next look again at your router, make sure that it is appropriate for the job. Also, consider the kind of file access that is occuring at the files server. If you are working with text files, you should be ok...however, if each user is working with databases or large graphics files...well i'm sure you can see how that would effect performance..
thanx for this... btw what "AP" stands for?... and is there a way to password protect each worgroup???
i got another question. in Microsoft Windows Proffesional SP2 how can i create a shared folder w/ username and password to restrict other members from my workgroup accessing it.
Edited by rfire2k, 07 October 2005 - 04:17 AM.