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Client 4.91 won't log in after reboot

I have noticed something funny about client 4.91 on a windows xp pro sp2
machine. If I do a warm reboot the client will never log in. If I shut
down the computer and reboot it logs in just fine. I can tell you that
after what seams to be an eternity it will comeback and say can't locate
tree.

Anybody ever had this problem?

Matthew
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Client 4.91 won't log in after reboot

yup we have the exact same problem.

it has to do with slp settings and directory agent settings.

unfortanly i thought i finaly cracked the puzzle but i still have a few
workstations with problems.

here is what i have done so far

enable slp da agent on the server.

added the server to the directory agent list under novell client settings
as static..

this seemed to fix it but again i still have a few workstations with
problems.


> I have noticed something funny about client 4.91 on a windows xp pro sp2
> machine. If I do a warm reboot the client will never log in. If I shut
> down the computer and reboot it logs in just fine. I can tell you that
> after what seams to be an eternity it will comeback and say can't locate
> tree.
>
> Anybody ever had this problem?
>
> Matthew


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Client 4.91 won't log in after reboot

also by protocol preferences make sure that only nds and slp are selected.
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