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OS 10.6 - Connect to Server on wifi Network Connect

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Basically, what I want is when I go to work and connect to the wifi there, I want to connect to some other computers there automatically. Is there a way (Automator, Applescript or something else) to have my macbook automatically connect to servers when it connects to a specific wifi network?
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