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Windows Welcome Screen Unavailable

Error message of "uninstall client services netware" when trying to
select the Windows Welcome Screen when logging on to Windows XP. HELP!!
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Re: Windows Welcome Screen Unavailable

<carodgers84@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:R9mBh.1270$rL6.1261@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com...
> Error message of "uninstall client services netware" when trying to
> select the Windows Welcome Screen when logging on to Windows XP.
> HELP!!


Could be related to fast user switching - I would do what it says.
Uninstall the netware client, see that everything works OK, then
reinstall it. That should fix it.

Just an admin, not a sysop, and just an educated guess on my part.

-S-


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Re: Windows Welcome Screen Unavailable

carodgers84,

Any Microsoft, Novell, or other third-party GINA (network client) being
installed will disable the XP Welcome screen which is needed for fast
user switching...

Windows Fast User Switching disabled after installing the Novell client
http://support.novell.com/docs/Tids/Solutions/10066298.html

Client Services for NetWare is actually Microsoft's client for IPX-only
communications to legacy NetWare (e.g. 3.x, 4.x) environments. This
forum is typically for Novell Client (formerly known as client32 or
NetWare client). So Microsoft's forums may be able to provide
additional info on the former.

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Tony Pedretti
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