Wireless Device

Does anyone have some good recommendations for a good wireless solution for:

1.  small business office location with 10 users  

2. small business office location with 35 users.

One I can think of are the Netgears that Best buys have, but need something more reliable.
seven45Asked:
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larry urbanDevOps EngineerCommented:
If yo have another admin account (which is always a good idea to have!) log in with that account and unlock the admins account. You can also do this from another DC if you have another in the domain.
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maytrixCommented:
Take a look at Meraki.com.  They have a great wireless solution that you manage through the cloud.  Works very well and has good range from what I've seen.
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saastechCommented:
Do you need VPN for the router too?
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larry urbanDevOps EngineerCommented:
Sorry, I typed that in the wrong question :(
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saastechCommented:
If you want a wireless router between offices, then
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16833124082
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saastechCommented:
whoops, i mean wireless router with VPN capability.
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seven45Author Commented:
Don't need VPN capability---don't even need router capability.  It's just extending the LAN to the wireless.
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maytrixCommented:
The meraki units would work great then.  You can always add additional ones easily if you need to extend the range too.
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