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Client32 4.91 sp4 on Windows 2003 problem with client login display

The windows 2003 server is used for Terminal Services, the users connect
via Windows Terminal Services and the Windows 2003 server logins in to the
Novell Network... The problem is that the Client Display only shows the
top portion, but not the login and password fields...

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Re: Client32 4.91 sp4 on Windows 2003 problem with client login display

crobison@intrasoft.com.pa (Charles E. Robison) wrote:

> The windows 2003 server is used for Terminal Services, the users connect
> via Windows Terminal Services and the Windows 2003 server logins in to the
> Novell Network... The problem is that the Client Display only shows the
> top portion, but not the login and password fields...


Is this "all the time", i.e. it happens on the very first login
attempt? Or does the machine work fine initially but then reaches
this state after running for some period of time?

Is the issue only visible in the terminal session(s), or does this
happen even on the physical console of the Server 2003 machine once
the issue is occurring?

I've seen the dialog display strangely when keys were missing from
under [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Novell\Login] or
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Novell\Location
Profiles\Services\{1E6CEEA1-FB73-11CF-BD76-00001B27DA23}]. If you
haven't already tried it, actually perform a full uninstall of the
Novell Client and then install 4.91 SP4 from scratch, so that it
performs a new install instead of an upgrade.

It's not bringing any known 4.91 SP4 or Windows Server 2003 issues to
mind.

Alan Adams
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