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Lost my network printer connection

I changed my wife's PC CPU and she was no longer able to print from her unit. Keeps getting messing"...or bring connected to VPN, which will block your access to your local network". Then yesterday I changed out my Linksys Router (added a network work station router from Linksys which I have not removed) and reconnected all my cables. I too am now getting same message and can't print anything.

Do I need to uninstall my Network and create a new one naming ISP address again? Please advise. Thanks.

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Creating the network again would probably solve the issue with it because now you are changing up the hardware for the router. so you will have to set the permissons on the router and the permisons on the comuter to allow the connection to the printer the print share network.

looks to me you have the awnser to your own issue, if you list the router model and what operating system you are running I can give you a more indepth break down.

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