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Vista Networking and Local Area Connection

In XP under networking I had a Broadband and Local Area Connection. I was
able to right click on the Local Area icon and go to properties, and under
TCP/IP enter a static ip for my workstation. In Vista under networking I
get a Broadband, and Local Area Connection, but the Local Area is grayed out
and states it cannot identity the network and that limited access available.
Is this due to being on a Novell Network? The only way I can set up a
connection to my computer with the client is using a Linksys Router. I want
to stop using the Linksys Router. Will configuring the Novell DHCP enable
me to login? Thanks in advance for your help. Barbara

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Re: Vista Networking and Local Area Connection

Barbara -- I think this is a 'Vista' thing and not the Novell client. I
will try to check on this when I get access to my Vista test set ups
tomorrow.


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Barry Schnur
Novell Volunteer Support Sysop
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