I am a programmer with server management experience but lacking in network training. By default, I've been given responsibility for the company network ("computer guy must know ALL computer things"). I've searched Superuser but haven't found answers that are relevant. Though, I'm not sure about the correct terms to use.
We can't get everyone to share files between computers and printers. We have an ethernet network and 2 wireless networks. Some users and printers are connected through ethernet, many use the WiFi network.
We have two WiFi networks--one for company and one for guests. We do on-site training and have printers connected to the guest WiFi. However, employees use both WiFi networks because some printers on the guest network are closer to their offices. We also have computers and printers on the other WiFi network and a few on ethernet that WiFi users can't access.
I've tried getting everyone off the guest network but have been overridden on that. I don't like company computers on the guest network. Makes me nervous.
Our office computers are all relatively new Macs (2-3 yrs old). They should just connect to the network and "see" the other computers but only a few show up--maybe a printer or one or two computers.
We have a Comcast business router - no specific brand on it (?).
Our building is about 6k sqft and is very long (only about 40ft wide) so they added a Linksys Velop mesh WiFi kit (a base unit and 2 extender units).
How do I get everyone to "see" and access all the assets in the whole office, on ethernet and WiFi?
Any ideas or thoughts on this will be helpful. Please let me know if you need more info.