Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Client registry setting

I need to push a registry setting out to change the "name resolution
timeout" Value for the 4.xx client. I would like to just add the key to some
other force runs that I have on the users. I can't seem to figure out where
I would put that key value. I tried using snapshot to capture it but that
has not worked out for me. Any suggestions?


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hspeirs Absent Member.
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Re: Client registry setting

CCPS,

> I need to push a registry setting out to change the "name resolution
> timeout" Value for the 4.xx client. I would like to just add the key to some
> other force runs that I have on the users. I can't seem to figure out where
> I would put that key value. I tried using snapshot to capture it but that
> has not worked out for me. Any suggestions?


HKLM\Software\Novell\NetWareWorkstation\Policies\Timeout in Seconds

Its a Dword

H.
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Client registry setting

great. Thanks.
"Hamish Speirs" <hamish@haitch.net> wrote in message
news:hiZUj.11210$Dh4.5535@kovat.provo.novell.com...
> CCPS,
>
>> I need to push a registry setting out to change the "name resolution
>> timeout" Value for the 4.xx client. I would like to just add the key to
>> some other force runs that I have on the users. I can't seem to figure
>> out where I would put that key value. I tried using snapshot to capture
>> it but that has not worked out for me. Any suggestions?

>
> HKLM\Software\Novell\NetWareWorkstation\Policies\Timeout in Seconds
>
> Its a Dword
>
> H.



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