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SLP problem

Hello,

I have a strange problem.

On my Netware 5.1 server, the novell client 4.90SP2 and novell client
4.91SP2 clients have a serious problem. If a pc is booted, the user is able
to login and contextless login finds the context.
But if the user logs-out and restarts the desktop, he is not able to login,
message "cannot access tree". If the users browses for the tree, it is found
by SLP, but the context cannot be browsed without the "cannot access tree".
If I put the ip address of the server in stead of the treename, user is
able to login. Also if users wait for around 5 minutes,everthing works fine
again and the context can be browsed again.

I have configured SLP on the server "unscoped", the slpda is running and
shows all the information needed. SLPINFO/D and SLPINFO/ALL on the problem
workstation shows all information.

The problem gets worst when I enter the ipaddress of the server as a static
SLP Directory Agent.

Who has any idea how to resolve this?





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Re: SLP problem

I've often seen this issue resolved by "Disabling Spanning Tree" or enabling
"PortFast" on the user's Port Switches.
This helps the network ports initialize before timing out trying to get the
SLP Info.



"ZENFAN" <zenfan@noreply.com> wrote in message
news:6OFRf.1097$_K3.731@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com...
> Hello,
>
> I have a strange problem.
>
> On my Netware 5.1 server, the novell client 4.90SP2 and novell client
> 4.91SP2 clients have a serious problem. If a pc is booted, the user is

able
> to login and contextless login finds the context.
> But if the user logs-out and restarts the desktop, he is not able to

login,
> message "cannot access tree". If the users browses for the tree, it is

found
> by SLP, but the context cannot be browsed without the "cannot access

tree".
> If I put the ip address of the server in stead of the treename, user is
> able to login. Also if users wait for around 5 minutes,everthing works

fine
> again and the context can be browsed again.
>
> I have configured SLP on the server "unscoped", the slpda is running and
> shows all the information needed. SLPINFO/D and SLPINFO/ALL on the problem
> workstation shows all information.
>
> The problem gets worst when I enter the ipaddress of the server as a

static
> SLP Directory Agent.
>
> Who has any idea how to resolve this?
>
>
>
>
>



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Re: SLP problem

This is a sign of bad address cache, please see
http://support.novell.com/cgi-bin/search/searchtid.cgi?10091670.htm

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Edison Ortiz
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: SLP problem

Spanning tree is not running on the switches. Also the bad address cache
timeout has been switched off, to test, same result...



"ZENFAN" <zenfan@noreply.com> wrote in message
news:6OFRf.1097$_K3.731@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com...
> Hello,
>
> I have a strange problem.
>
> On my Netware 5.1 server, the novell client 4.90SP2 and novell client
> 4.91SP2 clients have a serious problem. If a pc is booted, the user is
> able to login and contextless login finds the context.
> But if the user logs-out and restarts the desktop, he is not able to
> login, message "cannot access tree". If the users browses for the tree, it
> is found by SLP, but the context cannot be browsed without the "cannot
> access tree". If I put the ip address of the server in stead of the
> treename, user is able to login. Also if users wait for around 5
> minutes,everthing works fine again and the context can be browsed again.
>
> I have configured SLP on the server "unscoped", the slpda is running and
> shows all the information needed. SLPINFO/D and SLPINFO/ALL on the problem
> workstation shows all information.
>
> The problem gets worst when I enter the ipaddress of the server as a
> static SLP Directory Agent.
>
> Who has any idea how to resolve this?
>
>
>
>
>



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Re: SLP problem

ZENFAN,

Lets gather some more details about your environment...

Any additional components of the client installed?

Was Windows installed from scratch, a custom image, or an OEM image?

Windows Event logs showing anything unusual?

Security or any other driver-based software like firewall, VPN, remote
management, antivirus, etc. installed and running?

Can you verify a virus, spyware or some other corruption has not affected
Windows? I've used these utilities in the past to help troubleshoot and
they can tell you wonders about what is really going on with Windows...

AutoRuns, Process Explorer, Filemon, Regmon, and LoadOrder
http://www.sysinternals.com/

DriverView and ServiWin
http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/

You might also consider getting a network trace looking for any unusual
traffic...

Guidelines to Take a Packet Trace
http://support.novell.com/cgi-bin/search/searchtid.cgi?/10011012.htm

How to use Ethereal to capture a packet trace.
http://support.novell.com/cgi-bin/search/searchtid.cgi?/10070788.htm

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Tony Pedretti
TransUnion Corporation


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Re: SLP problem

On 3/14/2006 ZENFAN wrote:

> Spanning tree is not running on the switches. Also the bad address cache
> timeout has been switched off, to test, same result..


Can you post the SLPINFO /ALL output when it's working and when it's
not working ?


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Re: SLP problem

More info about the pc's affected.

The pc's are Windows XP SP2, Novell Client 4.90SP2, no nmas and ZFD 3.2.
components installed. Also the Contextless Login tool from coolsoultions is
used. (LGNCL). Pc's have McAfee Virussscan 8

SLPINFO/ALL shows that the DA is UP, also on machines that are not logging
in. On the problem machines even start -> run \\serverip is not bringing up
the nwgina for logging on, after login locally with administrator. Strang is
that when IPX is added to the client, everything works fine (even after
reboot).
The problem only arises when the machine is rebooted after login on to the
Novell Server. The first login is going fine, so SLP works. If you click on
the tree button, SLP finds the tree, but when browsing for the context,
"cannot access tree" appears. If I wait for around 5 minutes everything
works fine.
I thought it was a licensing problem, but then ipx client would also not
able to login (nlstrace shows no errors).

I have checked:

1. Run complete scan on the pc for virusses and spywar -> no result.
2. Update NIC drivers -> No result (also tested with nic fixed on 100Mb Full
and Half-Duplex)
3. Update to Netware Client 4.91SP2 + Connectivity patch -> no result
4. Removed workstation manager on the client -> No result
5. Checked if spanning tree was running on the switches -> No result
6. Upgraded firmware on all Hp Procurve switches and turned off Lacp -> No
result
7. slp debug turned on -> no errors
8. Show slp services and attributes and slpda -> everything is there
9. Switched of virusscanner on workstation and server -> no result
10. Back Name cache of on Novell Client -> No result
11. Wait Before Giving Up On DA: 60000 -> No result
12. SLP Cache Replies = 5 minutes -> No result
13. Dsrepair (full unattend and local) -> No result.
14. I ran a sniffer and see the following:

Workstation = 12.12.4.41 and server: 10.12.0.1

When It goes wrong: this goed on and on:

No. Time Source Destination Protocol
Info
31 5.820903 10.12.4.41 10.12.0.1 SRVLOC
Service Request, V2 XID - 1141

Frame 31 (86 bytes on wire, 86 bytes captured)
Ethernet II, Src: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54 (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54), Dst: 10.12.0.1
(00:04:23:b6:41:4a)
Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41), Dst: 10.12.0.1 (10.12.0.1)
User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 1032 (1032), Dst Port: 427 (427)
Service Location Protocol

No. Time Source Destination Protocol
Info
32 5.821097 10.12.4.41 10.12.0.1 SRVLOC
Service Request, V2 XID - 1142

Frame 32 (86 bytes on wire, 86 bytes captured)
Ethernet II, Src: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54 (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54), Dst: 10.12.0.1
(00:04:23:b6:41:4a)
Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41), Dst: 10.12.0.1 (10.12.0.1)
User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 1032 (1032), Dst Port: 427 (427)
Service Location Protocol

No. Time Source Destination Protocol
Info
33 5.821211 10.12.0.1 10.12.4.41 SRVLOC
Service Reply, V2 XID - 1141

Frame 33 (98 bytes on wire, 98 bytes captured)
Ethernet II, Src: 10.12.0.1 (00:04:23:b6:41:4a), Dst: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54
(00:0b:db:3e:7f:54)
Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.0.1 (10.12.0.1), Dst: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41)
User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 427 (427), Dst Port: 1032 (1032)
Service Location Protocol

No. Time Source Destination Protocol
Info
34 5.821430 10.12.4.41 10.12.0.1 SRVLOC
Attribute Request, V2 XID - 1144

Frame 34 (115 bytes on wire, 115 bytes captured)
Ethernet II, Src: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54 (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54), Dst: 10.12.0.1
(00:04:23:b6:41:4a)
Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41), Dst: 10.12.0.1 (10.12.0.1)
User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 1032 (1032), Dst Port: 427 (427)
Service Location Protocol

No. Time Source Destination Protocol
Info
35 5.821551 10.12.0.1 10.12.4.41 SRVLOC
Service Reply, V2 XID - 1142

Frame 35 (98 bytes on wire, 98 bytes captured)
Ethernet II, Src: 10.12.0.1 (00:04:23:b6:41:4a), Dst: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54
(00:0b:db:3e:7f:54)
Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.0.1 (10.12.0.1), Dst: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41)
User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 427 (427), Dst Port: 1032 (1032)
Service Location Protocol

No. Time Source Destination Protocol
Info
36 5.821576 10.12.4.41 10.12.0.1 SRVLOC
Attribute Request, V2 XID - 1145

Frame 36 (115 bytes on wire, 115 bytes captured)
Ethernet II, Src: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54 (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54), Dst: 10.12.0.1
(00:04:23:b6:41:4a)
Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41), Dst: 10.12.0.1 (10.12.0.1)
User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 1032 (1032), Dst Port: 427 (427)
Service Location Protocol

No. Time Source Destination Protocol
Info
37 5.822024 10.12.0.1 10.12.4.41 SRVLOC
Attribute Reply, V2 XID - 1144

Frame 37 (184 bytes on wire, 184 bytes captured)
Ethernet II, Src: 10.12.0.1 (00:04:23:b6:41:4a), Dst: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54
(00:0b:db:3e:7f:54)
Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.0.1 (10.12.0.1), Dst: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41)
User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 427 (427), Dst Port: 1032 (1032)
Service Location Protocol

No. Time Source Destination Protocol
Info
38 5.822380 10.12.0.1 10.12.4.41 SRVLOC
Attribute Reply, V2 XID - 1145

Frame 38 (184 bytes on wire, 184 bytes captured)
Ethernet II, Src: 10.12.0.1 (00:04:23:b6:41:4a), Dst: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54
(00:0b:db:3e:7f:54)
Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.0.1 (10.12.0.1), Dst: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41)
User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 427 (427), Dst Port: 1032 (1032)
Service Location Protocol

No. Time Source Destination Protocol
Info
44 7.812965 10.12.4.41 10.12.0.1 SRVLOC
Service Request, V2 XID - 1147

Frame 44 (89 bytes on wire, 89 bytes captured)
Ethernet II, Src: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54 (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54), Dst: 10.12.0.1
(00:04:23:b6:41:4a)
Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41), Dst: 10.12.0.1 (10.12.0.1)
User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 1032 (1032), Dst Port: 427 (427)
Service Location Protocol

No. Time Source Destination Protocol
Info
45 7.813121 10.12.4.41 10.12.0.1 SRVLOC
Service Request, V2 XID - 1148

Frame 45 (89 bytes on wire, 89 bytes captured)
Ethernet II, Src: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54 (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54), Dst: 10.12.0.1
(00:04:23:b6:41:4a)
Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41), Dst: 10.12.0.1 (10.12.0.1)
User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 1032 (1032), Dst Port: 427 (427)
Service Location Protocol

No. Time Source Destination Protocol
Info
46 7.813280 10.12.0.1 10.12.4.41 SRVLOC
Service Reply, V2 XID - 1147

Frame 46 (103 bytes on wire, 103 bytes captured)
Ethernet II, Src: 10.12.0.1 (00:04:23:b6:41:4a), Dst: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54
(00:0b:db:3e:7f:54)
Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.0.1 (10.12.0.1), Dst: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41)
User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 427 (427), Dst Port: 1032 (1032)
Service Location Protocol

No. Time Source Destination Protocol
Info
47 7.813442 10.12.4.41 10.12.0.1 SRVLOC
Attribute Request, V2 XID - 1150

Frame 47 (120 bytes on wire, 120 bytes captured)
Ethernet II, Src: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54 (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54), Dst: 10.12.0.1
(00:04:23:b6:41:4a)
Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41), Dst: 10.12.0.1 (10.12.0.1)
User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 1032 (1032), Dst Port: 427 (427)
Service Location Protocol

No. Time Source Destination Protocol
Info
48 7.813604 10.12.4.41 10.12.0.1 SRVLOC
Attribute Request, V2 XID - 1151

Frame 48 (120 bytes on wire, 120 bytes captured)
Ethernet II, Src: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54 (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54), Dst: 10.12.0.1
(00:04:23:b6:41:4a)
Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41), Dst: 10.12.0.1 (10.12.0.1)
User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 1032 (1032), Dst Port: 427 (427)
Service Location Protocol

No. Time Source Destination Protocol
Info
49 7.813631 10.12.0.1 10.12.4.41 SRVLOC
Service Reply, V2 XID - 1148

Frame 49 (103 bytes on wire, 103 bytes captured)
Ethernet II, Src: 10.12.0.1 (00:04:23:b6:41:4a), Dst: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54
(00:0b:db:3e:7f:54)
Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.0.1 (10.12.0.1), Dst: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41)
User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 427 (427), Dst Port: 1032 (1032)
Service Location Protocol

No. Time Source Destination Protocol
Info
50 7.814107 10.12.0.1 10.12.4.41 SRVLOC
Attribute Reply, V2 XID - 1150

Frame 50 (184 bytes on wire, 184 bytes captured)
Ethernet II, Src: 10.12.0.1 (00:04:23:b6:41:4a), Dst: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54
(00:0b:db:3e:7f:54)
Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.0.1 (10.12.0.1), Dst: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41)
User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 427 (427), Dst Port: 1032 (1032)
Service Location Protocol

No. Time Source Destination Protocol
Info
51 7.814473 10.12.0.1 10.12.4.41 SRVLOC
Attribute Reply, V2 XID - 1151

Frame 51 (184 bytes on wire, 184 bytes captured)
Ethernet II, Src: 10.12.0.1 (00:04:23:b6:41:4a), Dst: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54
(00:0b:db:3e:7f:54)
Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.0.1 (10.12.0.1), Dst: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41)
User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 427 (427), Dst Port: 1032 (1032)
Service Location Protocol

No. Time Source Destination Protocol
Info
98 17.813149 10.12.4.41 10.12.0.1 SRVLOC
Service Request, V2 XID - 1153

Frame 98 (86 bytes on wire, 86 bytes captured)
Ethernet II, Src: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54 (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54), Dst: 10.12.0.1
(00:04:23:b6:41:4a)
Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41), Dst: 10.12.0.1 (10.12.0.1)
User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 1032 (1032), Dst Port: 427 (427)
Service Location Protocol

No. Time Source Destination Protocol
Info
99 17.813412 10.12.4.41 10.12.0.1 SRVLOC
Service Request, V2 XID - 1154

Frame 99 (86 bytes on wire, 86 bytes captured)
Ethernet II, Src: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54 (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54), Dst: 10.12.0.1
(00:04:23:b6:41:4a)
Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41), Dst: 10.12.0.1 (10.12.0.1)
User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 1032 (1032), Dst Port: 427 (427)
Service Location Protocol

No. Time Source Destination Protocol
Info
100 17.813432 10.12.0.1 10.12.4.41 SRVLOC
Service Reply, V2 XID - 1153

Frame 100 (98 bytes on wire, 98 bytes captured)
Ethernet II, Src: 10.12.0.1 (00:04:23:b6:41:4a), Dst: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54
(00:0b:db:3e:7f:54)
Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.0.1 (10.12.0.1), Dst: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41)
User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 427 (427), Dst Port: 1032 (1032)
Service Location Protocol

No. Time Source Destination Protocol
Info
101 17.813744 10.12.4.41 10.12.0.1 SRVLOC
Attribute Request, V2 XID - 1156

Frame 101 (115 bytes on wire, 115 bytes captured)
Ethernet II, Src: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54 (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54), Dst: 10.12.0.1
(00:04:23:b6:41:4a)
Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41), Dst: 10.12.0.1 (10.12.0.1)
User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 1032 (1032), Dst Port: 427 (427)
Service Location Protocol

No. Time Source Destination Protocol
Info
102 17.813765 10.12.0.1 10.12.4.41 SRVLOC
Service Reply, V2 XID - 1154

Frame 102 (98 bytes on wire, 98 bytes captured)
Ethernet II, Src: 10.12.0.1 (00:04:23:b6:41:4a), Dst: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54
(00:0b:db:3e:7f:54)
Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.0.1 (10.12.0.1), Dst: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41)
User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 427 (427), Dst Port: 1032 (1032)
Service Location Protocol

No. Time Source Destination Protocol
Info
103 17.813911 10.12.4.41 10.12.0.1 SRVLOC
Attribute Request, V2 XID - 1157

Frame 103 (115 bytes on wire, 115 bytes captured)
Ethernet II, Src: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54 (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54), Dst: 10.12.0.1
(00:04:23:b6:41:4a)
Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41), Dst: 10.12.0.1 (10.12.0.1)
User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 1032 (1032), Dst Port: 427 (427)
Service Location Protocol

No. Time Source Destination Protocol
Info
104 17.814223 10.12.0.1 10.12.4.41 SRVLOC
Attribute Reply, V2 XID - 1156

Frame 104 (184 bytes on wire, 184 bytes captured)
Ethernet II, Src: 10.12.0.1 (00:04:23:b6:41:4a), Dst: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54
(00:0b:db:3e:7f:54)
Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.0.1 (10.12.0.1), Dst: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41)
User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 427 (427), Dst Port: 1032 (1032)
Service Location Protocol

No. Time Source Destination Protocol
Info
105 17.814606 10.12.0.1 10.12.4.41 SRVLOC
Attribute Reply, V2 XID - 1157

Frame 105 (184 bytes on wire, 184 bytes captured)
Ethernet II, Src: 10.12.0.1 (00:04:23:b6:41:4a), Dst: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54
(00:0b:db:3e:7f:54)
Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.0.1 (10.12.0.1), Dst: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41)
User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 427 (427), Dst Port: 1032 (1032)
Service Location Protocol

No. Time Source Destination Protocol
Info
120 19.812868 10.12.4.41 10.12.0.1 SRVLOC
Service Request, V2 XID - 1159

Frame 120 (89 bytes on wire, 89 bytes captured)
Ethernet II, Src: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54 (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54), Dst: 10.12.0.1
(00:04:23:b6:41:4a)
Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41), Dst: 10.12.0.1 (10.12.0.1)
User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 1032 (1032), Dst Port: 427 (427)
Service Location Protocol

No. Time Source Destination Protocol
Info
121 19.812980 10.12.4.41 10.12.0.1 SRVLOC
Service Request, V2 XID - 1160

Frame 121 (89 bytes on wire, 89 bytes captured)
Ethernet II, Src: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54 (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54), Dst: 10.12.0.1
(00:04:23:b6:41:4a)
Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41), Dst: 10.12.0.1 (10.12.0.1)
User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 1032 (1032), Dst Port: 427 (427)
Service Location Protocol



I dont know what to look for further on, I think there is something
seriously wrong with slp, but what. The Nw51sp8 server is fully patched
(tested even the latest beta patches for winsock e.d.)




"Edison Ortiz" <eortiz@nscsysop.com> wrote in message
news:xn0ejr8b022qb1002@support-forums.novell.com...
> On 3/14/2006 ZENFAN wrote:
>
>> Spanning tree is not running on the switches. Also the bad address cache
>> timeout has been switched off, to test, same result..

>
> Can you post the SLPINFO /ALL output when it's working and when it's
> not working ?
>
>
> --
> Edison Ortiz
> Novell Product Support Forum SysOp
> (No Email Support, Thanks !)



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Re: SLP problem

I have several clients (meaning client businesses, each with 10-50
workstations) experiencing the exact same problem - on Netware 6.5 SP3,
SP4 and SP5. I am doing some research today before opening an incident
next week. I am a CNE and do have SLP configured correctly. It is
maddening - power off the computer for about 10-20 minutes, and it works
again. Most noticeable right after a restart (for an XP update or
something). Sometimes a power off, and restart works fine, other times it
doesn't.
SLP looks good from the workstation, I also have DNS configured correctly.

I hope a solution is found soon!


MK

> More info about the pc's affected.
>
> The pc's are Windows XP SP2, Novell Client 4.90SP2, no nmas and ZFD 3.2.
> components installed. Also the Contextless Login tool from coolsoultions

is
> used. (LGNCL). Pc's have McAfee Virussscan 8
>
> SLPINFO/ALL shows that the DA is UP, also on machines that are not

logging
> in. On the problem machines even start -> run \\serverip is not bringing

up
> the nwgina for logging on, after login locally with administrator.

Strang is
> that when IPX is added to the client, everything works fine (even after
> reboot).
> The problem only arises when the machine is rebooted after login on to

the
> Novell Server. The first login is going fine, so SLP works. If you click

on
> the tree button, SLP finds the tree, but when browsing for the context,
> "cannot access tree" appears. If I wait for around 5 minutes everything
> works fine.
> I thought it was a licensing problem, but then ipx client would also not
> able to login (nlstrace shows no errors).
>
> I have checked:
>
> 1. Run complete scan on the pc for virusses and spywar -> no result.
> 2. Update NIC drivers -> No result (also tested with nic fixed on 100Mb

Full
> and Half-Duplex)
> 3. Update to Netware Client 4.91SP2 + Connectivity patch -> no result
> 4. Removed workstation manager on the client -> No result
> 5. Checked if spanning tree was running on the switches -> No result
> 6. Upgraded firmware on all Hp Procurve switches and turned off Lacp ->

No
> result
> 7. slp debug turned on -> no errors
> 8. Show slp services and attributes and slpda -> everything is there
> 9. Switched of virusscanner on workstation and server -> no result
> 10. Back Name cache of on Novell Client -> No result
> 11. Wait Before Giving Up On DA: 60000 -> No result
> 12. SLP Cache Replies = 5 minutes -> No result
> 13. Dsrepair (full unattend and local) -> No result.
> 14. I ran a sniffer and see the following:
>
> Workstation = 12.12.4.41 and server: 10.12.0.1
>
> When It goes wrong: this goed on and on:
>
> No. Time Source Destination Protocol
> Info
> 31 5.820903 10.12.4.41 10.12.0.1 SRVLOC
> Service Request, V2 XID - 1141
>
> Frame 31 (86 bytes on wire, 86 bytes captured)
> Ethernet II, Src: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54 (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54), Dst: 10.12.0.1
> (00:04:23:b6:41:4a)
> Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41), Dst: 10.12.0.1

(10.12.0.1)
> User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 1032 (1032), Dst Port: 427 (427)
> Service Location Protocol
>
> No. Time Source Destination Protocol
> Info
> 32 5.821097 10.12.4.41 10.12.0.1 SRVLOC
> Service Request, V2 XID - 1142
>
> Frame 32 (86 bytes on wire, 86 bytes captured)
> Ethernet II, Src: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54 (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54), Dst: 10.12.0.1
> (00:04:23:b6:41:4a)
> Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41), Dst: 10.12.0.1

(10.12.0.1)
> User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 1032 (1032), Dst Port: 427 (427)
> Service Location Protocol
>
> No. Time Source Destination Protocol
> Info
> 33 5.821211 10.12.0.1 10.12.4.41 SRVLOC
> Service Reply, V2 XID - 1141
>
> Frame 33 (98 bytes on wire, 98 bytes captured)
> Ethernet II, Src: 10.12.0.1 (00:04:23:b6:41:4a), Dst: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54
> (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54)
> Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.0.1 (10.12.0.1), Dst: 10.12.4.41

(10.12.4.41)
> User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 427 (427), Dst Port: 1032 (1032)
> Service Location Protocol
>
> No. Time Source Destination Protocol
> Info
> 34 5.821430 10.12.4.41 10.12.0.1 SRVLOC
> Attribute Request, V2 XID - 1144
>
> Frame 34 (115 bytes on wire, 115 bytes captured)
> Ethernet II, Src: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54 (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54), Dst: 10.12.0.1
> (00:04:23:b6:41:4a)
> Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41), Dst: 10.12.0.1

(10.12.0.1)
> User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 1032 (1032), Dst Port: 427 (427)
> Service Location Protocol
>
> No. Time Source Destination Protocol
> Info
> 35 5.821551 10.12.0.1 10.12.4.41 SRVLOC
> Service Reply, V2 XID - 1142
>
> Frame 35 (98 bytes on wire, 98 bytes captured)
> Ethernet II, Src: 10.12.0.1 (00:04:23:b6:41:4a), Dst: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54
> (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54)
> Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.0.1 (10.12.0.1), Dst: 10.12.4.41

(10.12.4.41)
> User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 427 (427), Dst Port: 1032 (1032)
> Service Location Protocol
>
> No. Time Source Destination Protocol
> Info
> 36 5.821576 10.12.4.41 10.12.0.1 SRVLOC
> Attribute Request, V2 XID - 1145
>
> Frame 36 (115 bytes on wire, 115 bytes captured)
> Ethernet II, Src: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54 (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54), Dst: 10.12.0.1
> (00:04:23:b6:41:4a)
> Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41), Dst: 10.12.0.1

(10.12.0.1)
> User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 1032 (1032), Dst Port: 427 (427)
> Service Location Protocol
>
> No. Time Source Destination Protocol
> Info
> 37 5.822024 10.12.0.1 10.12.4.41 SRVLOC
> Attribute Reply, V2 XID - 1144
>
> Frame 37 (184 bytes on wire, 184 bytes captured)
> Ethernet II, Src: 10.12.0.1 (00:04:23:b6:41:4a), Dst: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54
> (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54)
> Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.0.1 (10.12.0.1), Dst: 10.12.4.41

(10.12.4.41)
> User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 427 (427), Dst Port: 1032 (1032)
> Service Location Protocol
>
> No. Time Source Destination Protocol
> Info
> 38 5.822380 10.12.0.1 10.12.4.41 SRVLOC
> Attribute Reply, V2 XID - 1145
>
> Frame 38 (184 bytes on wire, 184 bytes captured)
> Ethernet II, Src: 10.12.0.1 (00:04:23:b6:41:4a), Dst: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54
> (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54)
> Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.0.1 (10.12.0.1), Dst: 10.12.4.41

(10.12.4.41)
> User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 427 (427), Dst Port: 1032 (1032)
> Service Location Protocol
>
> No. Time Source Destination Protocol
> Info
> 44 7.812965 10.12.4.41 10.12.0.1 SRVLOC
> Service Request, V2 XID - 1147
>
> Frame 44 (89 bytes on wire, 89 bytes captured)
> Ethernet II, Src: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54 (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54), Dst: 10.12.0.1
> (00:04:23:b6:41:4a)
> Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41), Dst: 10.12.0.1

(10.12.0.1)
> User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 1032 (1032), Dst Port: 427 (427)
> Service Location Protocol
>
> No. Time Source Destination Protocol
> Info
> 45 7.813121 10.12.4.41 10.12.0.1 SRVLOC
> Service Request, V2 XID - 1148
>
> Frame 45 (89 bytes on wire, 89 bytes captured)
> Ethernet II, Src: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54 (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54), Dst: 10.12.0.1
> (00:04:23:b6:41:4a)
> Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41), Dst: 10.12.0.1

(10.12.0.1)
> User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 1032 (1032), Dst Port: 427 (427)
> Service Location Protocol
>
> No. Time Source Destination Protocol
> Info
> 46 7.813280 10.12.0.1 10.12.4.41 SRVLOC
> Service Reply, V2 XID - 1147
>
> Frame 46 (103 bytes on wire, 103 bytes captured)
> Ethernet II, Src: 10.12.0.1 (00:04:23:b6:41:4a), Dst: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54
> (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54)
> Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.0.1 (10.12.0.1), Dst: 10.12.4.41

(10.12.4.41)
> User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 427 (427), Dst Port: 1032 (1032)
> Service Location Protocol
>
> No. Time Source Destination Protocol
> Info
> 47 7.813442 10.12.4.41 10.12.0.1 SRVLOC
> Attribute Request, V2 XID - 1150
>
> Frame 47 (120 bytes on wire, 120 bytes captured)
> Ethernet II, Src: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54 (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54), Dst: 10.12.0.1
> (00:04:23:b6:41:4a)
> Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41), Dst: 10.12.0.1

(10.12.0.1)
> User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 1032 (1032), Dst Port: 427 (427)
> Service Location Protocol
>
> No. Time Source Destination Protocol
> Info
> 48 7.813604 10.12.4.41 10.12.0.1 SRVLOC
> Attribute Request, V2 XID - 1151
>
> Frame 48 (120 bytes on wire, 120 bytes captured)
> Ethernet II, Src: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54 (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54), Dst: 10.12.0.1
> (00:04:23:b6:41:4a)
> Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41), Dst: 10.12.0.1

(10.12.0.1)
> User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 1032 (1032), Dst Port: 427 (427)
> Service Location Protocol
>
> No. Time Source Destination Protocol
> Info
> 49 7.813631 10.12.0.1 10.12.4.41 SRVLOC
> Service Reply, V2 XID - 1148
>
> Frame 49 (103 bytes on wire, 103 bytes captured)
> Ethernet II, Src: 10.12.0.1 (00:04:23:b6:41:4a), Dst: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54
> (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54)
> Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.0.1 (10.12.0.1), Dst: 10.12.4.41

(10.12.4.41)
> User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 427 (427), Dst Port: 1032 (1032)
> Service Location Protocol
>
> No. Time Source Destination Protocol
> Info
> 50 7.814107 10.12.0.1 10.12.4.41 SRVLOC
> Attribute Reply, V2 XID - 1150
>
> Frame 50 (184 bytes on wire, 184 bytes captured)
> Ethernet II, Src: 10.12.0.1 (00:04:23:b6:41:4a), Dst: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54
> (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54)
> Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.0.1 (10.12.0.1), Dst: 10.12.4.41

(10.12.4.41)
> User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 427 (427), Dst Port: 1032 (1032)
> Service Location Protocol
>
> No. Time Source Destination Protocol
> Info
> 51 7.814473 10.12.0.1 10.12.4.41 SRVLOC
> Attribute Reply, V2 XID - 1151
>
> Frame 51 (184 bytes on wire, 184 bytes captured)
> Ethernet II, Src: 10.12.0.1 (00:04:23:b6:41:4a), Dst: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54
> (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54)
> Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.0.1 (10.12.0.1), Dst: 10.12.4.41

(10.12.4.41)
> User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 427 (427), Dst Port: 1032 (1032)
> Service Location Protocol
>
> No. Time Source Destination Protocol
> Info
> 98 17.813149 10.12.4.41 10.12.0.1 SRVLOC
> Service Request, V2 XID - 1153
>
> Frame 98 (86 bytes on wire, 86 bytes captured)
> Ethernet II, Src: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54 (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54), Dst: 10.12.0.1
> (00:04:23:b6:41:4a)
> Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41), Dst: 10.12.0.1

(10.12.0.1)
> User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 1032 (1032), Dst Port: 427 (427)
> Service Location Protocol
>
> No. Time Source Destination Protocol
> Info
> 99 17.813412 10.12.4.41 10.12.0.1 SRVLOC
> Service Request, V2 XID - 1154
>
> Frame 99 (86 bytes on wire, 86 bytes captured)
> Ethernet II, Src: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54 (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54), Dst: 10.12.0.1
> (00:04:23:b6:41:4a)
> Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41), Dst: 10.12.0.1

(10.12.0.1)
> User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 1032 (1032), Dst Port: 427 (427)
> Service Location Protocol
>
> No. Time Source Destination Protocol
> Info
> 100 17.813432 10.12.0.1 10.12.4.41 SRVLOC
> Service Reply, V2 XID - 1153
>
> Frame 100 (98 bytes on wire, 98 bytes captured)
> Ethernet II, Src: 10.12.0.1 (00:04:23:b6:41:4a), Dst: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54
> (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54)
> Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.0.1 (10.12.0.1), Dst: 10.12.4.41

(10.12.4.41)
> User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 427 (427), Dst Port: 1032 (1032)
> Service Location Protocol
>
> No. Time Source Destination Protocol
> Info
> 101 17.813744 10.12.4.41 10.12.0.1 SRVLOC
> Attribute Request, V2 XID - 1156
>
> Frame 101 (115 bytes on wire, 115 bytes captured)
> Ethernet II, Src: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54 (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54), Dst: 10.12.0.1
> (00:04:23:b6:41:4a)
> Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41), Dst: 10.12.0.1

(10.12.0.1)
> User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 1032 (1032), Dst Port: 427 (427)
> Service Location Protocol
>
> No. Time Source Destination Protocol
> Info
> 102 17.813765 10.12.0.1 10.12.4.41 SRVLOC
> Service Reply, V2 XID - 1154
>
> Frame 102 (98 bytes on wire, 98 bytes captured)
> Ethernet II, Src: 10.12.0.1 (00:04:23:b6:41:4a), Dst: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54
> (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54)
> Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.0.1 (10.12.0.1), Dst: 10.12.4.41

(10.12.4.41)
> User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 427 (427), Dst Port: 1032 (1032)
> Service Location Protocol
>
> No. Time Source Destination Protocol
> Info
> 103 17.813911 10.12.4.41 10.12.0.1 SRVLOC
> Attribute Request, V2 XID - 1157
>
> Frame 103 (115 bytes on wire, 115 bytes captured)
> Ethernet II, Src: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54 (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54), Dst: 10.12.0.1
> (00:04:23:b6:41:4a)
> Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41), Dst: 10.12.0.1

(10.12.0.1)
> User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 1032 (1032), Dst Port: 427 (427)
> Service Location Protocol
>
> No. Time Source Destination Protocol
> Info
> 104 17.814223 10.12.0.1 10.12.4.41 SRVLOC
> Attribute Reply, V2 XID - 1156
>
> Frame 104 (184 bytes on wire, 184 bytes captured)
> Ethernet II, Src: 10.12.0.1 (00:04:23:b6:41:4a), Dst: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54
> (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54)
> Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.0.1 (10.12.0.1), Dst: 10.12.4.41

(10.12.4.41)
> User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 427 (427), Dst Port: 1032 (1032)
> Service Location Protocol
>
> No. Time Source Destination Protocol
> Info
> 105 17.814606 10.12.0.1 10.12.4.41 SRVLOC
> Attribute Reply, V2 XID - 1157
>
> Frame 105 (184 bytes on wire, 184 bytes captured)
> Ethernet II, Src: 10.12.0.1 (00:04:23:b6:41:4a), Dst: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54
> (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54)
> Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.0.1 (10.12.0.1), Dst: 10.12.4.41

(10.12.4.41)
> User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 427 (427), Dst Port: 1032 (1032)
> Service Location Protocol
>
> No. Time Source Destination Protocol
> Info
> 120 19.812868 10.12.4.41 10.12.0.1 SRVLOC
> Service Request, V2 XID - 1159
>
> Frame 120 (89 bytes on wire, 89 bytes captured)
> Ethernet II, Src: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54 (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54), Dst: 10.12.0.1
> (00:04:23:b6:41:4a)
> Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41), Dst: 10.12.0.1

(10.12.0.1)
> User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 1032 (1032), Dst Port: 427 (427)
> Service Location Protocol
>
> No. Time Source Destination Protocol
> Info
> 121 19.812980 10.12.4.41 10.12.0.1 SRVLOC
> Service Request, V2 XID - 1160
>
> Frame 121 (89 bytes on wire, 89 bytes captured)
> Ethernet II, Src: DellEsgP_3e:7f:54 (00:0b:db:3e:7f:54), Dst: 10.12.0.1
> (00:04:23:b6:41:4a)
> Internet Protocol, Src: 10.12.4.41 (10.12.4.41), Dst: 10.12.0.1

(10.12.0.1)
> User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 1032 (1032), Dst Port: 427 (427)
> Service Location Protocol
>
>
>
> I dont know what to look for further on, I think there is something
> seriously wrong with slp, but what. The Nw51sp8 server is fully patched
> (tested even the latest beta patches for winsock e.d.)
>
>
>
>
> "Edison Ortiz" <eortiz@nscsysop.com> wrote in message
> news:xn0ejr8b022qb1002@support-forums.novell.com...
> > On 3/14/2006 ZENFAN wrote:
> >
> >> Spanning tree is not running on the switches. Also the bad address

cache
> >> timeout has been switched off, to test, same result..

> >
> > Can you post the SLPINFO /ALL output when it's working and when it's
> > not working ?
> >
> >
> > --
> > Edison Ortiz
> > Novell Product Support Forum SysOp
> > (No Email Support, Thanks !)

>
>


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Re: SLP problem

You still didn't post what I asked. All I need is the
SLPINFO /ALL from the workstation, thanks.


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Re: SLP problem

In addition to the SLPINFO /ALL, please post the
DISPLAY SLPDA from the server listed as 'UP' at
the client.


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Re: SLP problem

SCU_CL_01:display slpda

SLP LOOPBACK : v2 : ACTIVE : DEFAULT : IANA : 7 : 0ms

Total Active: 1 Total Inactive: 0

*****************************************************
*** Novell Client for Windows NT ***
*** Service Location Diagnostics ***
*****************************************************

SLP Version: 1.0
SLP Start Time: 2:04:15pm 3/17/2006
Last I/O: 4:37:27pm 3/17/2006
Total Packets: Out: 252 In: 128
Total Bytes: Out: 20223 In: 3315


SLP Operational Parameters Values
------------------------------- ------------
Static Scopes NO
Static Directory Agents NO
Active Discovery YES
Use Broadcast for SLP Multicast NO
Use DHCP for SLP YES
SLP Maximum Transmission Unit 1400 bytes
SLP Multicast Radius 32 hops


SLP Timers Values
------------------------------------- ------------
Give Up on Requests to SAs 15 seconds
Close Idle TCP Connections 5 minutes
Cache SLP Replies 1 minutes
SLP Default Registration Lifetime 10800 seconds
Wait Before Giving Up on DA 5 seconds
Wait Before Registering on Passive DA 1-2 seconds


Scope List Source(s)
---------------------------------------- ------------
<unscoped>
DEFAULT DA


DA IP Address Source(s) State Version Local Interface Scope(s)
--------------- --------- ----- ------- --------------- ---------------
10.12.0.1 MCST UP SLPV2 10.12.20.25 DEFAULT


Local Interface 10.12.20.25
---------------------------------
Operational State: UP
Operating Mode(s): MCAST
SA/UA Scopes: <unscoped>,DEFAULT
Last I/O: 4:37:27pm 3/17/2006
Total Packets: Out: 252 In: 128
Total Bytes: Out: 20223 In: 3315
Last Addr Out: 10.12.0.1
Last Addr In: 10.12.0.1



"Edison Ortiz" <eortiz@nscsysop.com> wrote in message
news:xn0ejues6cppd3001@support-forums.novell.com...
> In addition to the SLPINFO /ALL, please post the
> DISPLAY SLPDA from the server listed as 'UP' at
> the client.
>
>
> --
> Edison Ortiz
> Novell Product Support Forum SysOp
> (No Email Support, Thanks !)



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Re: SLP problem

Looks good. Do you have a spare workstation where
you can install WindowsXP with SP2 and the latest
Novell Client ? Do not install anything else and test it
for a couple of days. See if you are able to duplicate
the problem.

There are two components, you've mentioned that may
be affecting the client behavior and they are the Antivirus
and the Contextless Login app.

P.S. Make sure to disable the XP Firewall.

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Re: SLP problem

I have already done this test, clean install Windows XP SP2, Novell Client
4.91SP2 + Connectivity patch. (No virusscanner, firewall...)
Same problem.

Could it have something todo with Zenworks For Desktops 3.2? The testpc
still has a workstation object in the NDS. I see that workstation manager is
also not able to login (zenpol32.log). But why after 5 minutes everything
works normally.....???



"Edison Ortiz" <eortiz@nscsysop.com> wrote in message
news:xn0ejznqa2470k003@support-forums.novell.com...
> Looks good. Do you have a spare workstation where
> you can install WindowsXP with SP2 and the latest
> Novell Client ? Do not install anything else and test it
> for a couple of days. See if you are able to duplicate
> the problem.
>
> There are two components, you've mentioned that may
> be affecting the client behavior and they are the Antivirus
> and the Contextless Login app.
>
> P.S. Make sure to disable the XP Firewall.
>
> --
> Edison Ortiz
> Novell Product Support Forum SysOp
> (No Email Support, Thanks !)



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Re: SLP problem

Yes, but thats where disabling the bad address cache as Edison originally
mentioned becomes helpful...

8884 error in login script mapping to available server
http://support.novell.com/cgi-bin/search/searchtid.cgi?/10091670.htm

In the Protocol Preferences tab in the Novell Client properties, how about
selecting (eg. highlighted blue) just SLP and NDS as name resolvers?
Does configuring the IP address of the DA and checking Static on the Service
Location tab of the client's properties help any?

Is a default server set in either the client properties or the eDirectory
user object?

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Re: SLP problem

On 3/21/2006 ZENFAN wrote:

> The testpc still has a workstation object in the NDS.


Can you delete the object ? Also, did you disable the bad address cache
on the client properties ?

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