Tv equipment to project a wifi signal

hello all, newbie here. i have a client who works in a corporate location. their wifi is secure and dont have a guest wifi. theres one 60" tv that one company person projects images from his laptop to that tv using apple tv. question i have.. since i cant get on that wifi and connect to that tv is there a piece of equipment i can buy that i can connect to one of the tv connections in the rear and it beam a signal (wifi, bluetooth, etc) that we can connect to with our laptops and we could also share images/data on the tv (not at same time). the tv is a samsung KU6300 UHD TV. laptops are current dell laptops, windows 10. thanks for the help!

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So something like a ChromeCast?
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thank you for the reply. i dont think the chromecast will work. doesnt chromecast need a router? we dont have access to the router since its secure. i need something that doesnt require a router, does its own broadcast. any suggestions?


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That's why I supplied a google.

I can't possibly retype all that about how to use it without the router.

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actually, yes i see that info now, toward the bottom. thank you for that, chromecast may work!

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