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SetupIp and nls\<language>

Hi

Does anybody know how I configure the SetupIp utility for the Novell Client
to only download the English directory from the \i386\nls directory.

The problem came up for users that are running a swedish Windows XP client.
They got a error saing that "the files could not be downloaded please
contact your systemadministrator"
I then used Ethereal to capture the packets I saw that the SetupIp utility
was searching for a swedish directory in the \i386\nls.

The obvious workaround is ofcourse to create that swedish folder and copy
all files from the english folder. But there must be some other way.

Thanks
Stefan
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Re: SetupIp and nls\<language>

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