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    We have a std Windows domain a firewall to keep the bad guys out, we also have a wireless network NOT on the company network, but on its own adsl line for clients to use in a meeting etc, i would like to know if a client plugged his laptop into our network, what damage could he actually do, i know he’d get an IP number and the ability to browse, but he couldn’t access the servers as he’s not on our domain, but given the fact that he could be neo (matrix joke) is it possible he could at the worst delete files, and if so how?

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