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Hi Guys,

I'm very new to Applescript and was wondering if this is possible.

On my macbook when i wake the laptop i want it to automatically disconnect and then reconnect to the wi-fi.

Is this possible?

The reason for this is my mac seems to drop connectons after being woken unless i disconnect and then reconnect - would be nice to get something to automate this. Any help is much appreciated.
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