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Windows logon precedes netware client

I am running XP with all the latest service packs/patches/etc, and the
latest netware client, all patched to current.

When the computer boots up, I am presented with the windows logon instead of
the netware client logon. Once I log into the windows client (but before the
gui interface/icons/desktop loads) the netware client appears. It looks
exactly like the typical client login sequence, except the clients are in
reverse order. I have tried all the obvious stuff (reinstalling the client,
etc), but no luck.

I went into network neighborhood -> advanced properties and set the network
provider order to show the netware client first (and verified that this
change was being reflected in the appropriate registry key), but the clients
still come up in reverse order...

Any ideas?
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Re: Windows logon precedes netware client

Tom,

Check the registry key HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows
NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\GinaDLL and make sure it says NWGINA.DLL and not
MSGINA.DLL.

Eric.

"Tom Baumann" <TBaumann@planningcenter.com> wrote in message
news:449BB6A8.2509.00EA.3@planningcenter.com...
>I am running XP with all the latest service packs/patches/etc, and the
> latest netware client, all patched to current.
>
> When the computer boots up, I am presented with the windows logon instead
> of
> the netware client logon. Once I log into the windows client (but before
> the
> gui interface/icons/desktop loads) the netware client appears. It looks
> exactly like the typical client login sequence, except the clients are in
> reverse order. I have tried all the obvious stuff (reinstalling the
> client,
> etc), but no luck.
>
> I went into network neighborhood -> advanced properties and set the
> network
> provider order to show the netware client first (and verified that this
> change was being reflected in the appropriate registry key), but the
> clients
> still come up in reverse order...
>
> Any ideas?



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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Windows logon precedes netware client

Take a look at this:
http://support.novell.com/cgi-bin/search/searchtid.cgi?10099762.htm
Tom Baumann wrote:
> I am running XP with all the latest service packs/patches/etc, and the
> latest netware client, all patched to current.
>
> When the computer boots up, I am presented with the windows logon instead of
> the netware client logon. Once I log into the windows client (but before the
> gui interface/icons/desktop loads) the netware client appears. It looks
> exactly like the typical client login sequence, except the clients are in
> reverse order. I have tried all the obvious stuff (reinstalling the client,
> etc), but no luck.
>
> I went into network neighborhood -> advanced properties and set the network
> provider order to show the netware client first (and verified that this
> change was being reflected in the appropriate registry key), but the clients
> still come up in reverse order...
>
> Any ideas?

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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Windows logon precedes netware client

Novell Client Properties, tab "Advanced Login", item "Initial Novell
Login" set it to "On"

bOOT


Tom Baumann wrote:
> I am running XP with all the latest service packs/patches/etc, and the
> latest netware client, all patched to current.
>
> When the computer boots up, I am presented with the windows logon instead of
> the netware client logon. Once I log into the windows client (but before the
> gui interface/icons/desktop loads) the netware client appears. It looks
> exactly like the typical client login sequence, except the clients are in
> reverse order. I have tried all the obvious stuff (reinstalling the client,
> etc), but no luck.
>
> I went into network neighborhood -> advanced properties and set the network
> provider order to show the netware client first (and verified that this
> change was being reflected in the appropriate registry key), but the clients
> still come up in reverse order...
>
> Any ideas?

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