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LDAP Contextless Configuration Fails after GW6.5.4 Client Install

I don't know if this should be in this forum or the GroupWise client forum so please bear with me.

We are using Netware client 4.90 SP2

We have configured LDAP contextless login on each client. It works great.

Then comes the GroupWise 6.5.4 client and it doesn't work so great.

After the GW install the Netware client will work fine except that if you put in another user (different from the 'remembered' user), the client will cause the machine to reboot.

The only fix so far has been to remove the Netware client completely and reinstall it.

Has anyone else seen this?

Thanks,
Cheryl
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Re: LDAP Contextless Configuration Fails after GW6.5.4 Client Install

Cheryl,

take a look at:
http://support.novell.com/cgi-bin/search/searchtid.cgi?/10096553.htm

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Re: LDAP Contextless Configuration Fails after GW6.5.4 ClientInstall

Thanks!
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Re: LDAP Contextless Configuration Fails after GW6.5.4 Client Install

Cheryl,

> Thanks!


no problem.


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