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Client weirdness

Have a machine that the Novell client has wigged out. Windows 7 64
bit, running client 2 sp2 (ir3).

I've removed & reinstalled the client several times. Users I've logged
in with are local administrators on this machine.

Login script hangs on a couple of regedits I have in there as well as
the message:

The workstation date and time could not be set.

Any ideas?

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Stevo
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* Stevo wrote, On 01/15/2013 12:05 AM:
> Windows 7 64
> bit, running client 2 sp2 (ir3).
>
> I've removed & reinstalled the client several times.


So how about trying the most recent client (IR5)? 😉

Uwe

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Uwe Buckesfeld sounds like they 'said':

> So how about trying the most recent client (IR5)? 😉


So my response to Uwe's comment is...

I think this one was something borked in the windows 7 profile on the
machine. However, I wiped it out & let another one get created, that
did not help. Ended up re-imaging the machine, it works fine now.

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* Stevo wrote, On 01/16/2013 06:24 PM:
> Ended up re-imaging the machine, it works fine now.


Ugly, but hey, if it works now... 🙂

Uwe

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