Techlord Absent Member.
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Windows 7 Novell Client 2 sp1 IR5

I am hopeing I am positing this in the right place...I am using the new novell client for Windows 7 (Novell client 2 SP1 IR5) anyways, it seems as though its not functioning correctly...I logon and it says windows novell logged in successfully...then I get the windows 7 version of what used to be the worstation login screen...and I am forced to know an account name because it does not retain it, I then log into my workstation account, to find that none of the Novell drive mappings have happend...I run the novell client FROM WITHIN windows 7, login...and it maps the drives...this seems like pretty poor integratgion...is there a solution for this?
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Re: Windows 7 Novell Client 2 sp1 IR5

Techlord;2092214 wrote:
I am hopeing I am positing this in the right place...I am using the new novell client for Windows 7 (Novell client 2 SP1 IR5) anyways, it seems as though its not functioning correctly...I logon and it says windows novell logged in successfully...then I get the windows 7 version of what used to be the worstation login screen...and I am forced to know an account name because it does not retain it, I then log into my workstation account, to find that none of the Novell drive mappings have happend...I run the novell client FROM WITHIN windows 7, login...and it maps the drives...this seems like pretty poor integratgion...is there a solution for this?


May want to repost in the client section:
OES: Client - Linux
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