Restrict WiFi with a local login

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I have a situation with a very small office that I could use some pointers. There are 2 computers, both of which are Windows 10 Pro machines. There is no domain. One of the computers is used by the owner and the other computer is used by a variety of people; a part-time person, guests, his children, community volunteer organizations etc, etc. There is shared file access via a couple of NAS devices on separate networks I have set up multiple WiFi access points and would like to have some automated way of switching to based on a local login. Can anyone point me to a solution?

 

Thanks

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