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Unable to connect to Network drive after change of Wifi.

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Recently we have switch over a new SSID wireless wifi. And once we connected that unable to connect to network drive.
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give the complete details ... what is the network drive / model and how it's connected

is it connected over wireless ? if yes did u reconfigure to connect new ssid ? on that network drive ? is there any static ip configured on the drive ?
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It sounds like more than just the SSID changed. What else got changed at the time?
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