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I have a network setup that works great in Dos.  I installed
Novel Client32 and when I login in to preferred server I get
this msg:
    Login-4.20.10-100: Access has been denied

When I login to preferred tree I get:
    Login-4.20.10-115: Selected Tree Cannot Be found,
    Error Code 8801
My tree, server and context are all correct in the properties for Novell Netware Client32.

I've tried everything but cannot get Win95 to log into the
network.  As I said before, it works great in DOS and I have no problems running NETADMIN, but I also need to use NWADMIN and can't.

Thanks So Much
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Commented:
What protocols are you using to log into the network?  Did you bind the network card to your network protocol through Control Panel > Network?
Commented:
When you intalled the Client 32 did you get a check box to upgrade existing NDIS drivers and was that checked or not??
Sounds like it was checked or if you were using Microsofts Client for NDS it would not have asked you. Get the Novell uninstall patch for the WEB site http://support.novell.com and uninstall the client. Then remove the Microsoft Netware client and reinstall Novell's client and it sould work.

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Are you able to see the server in network neighborhood?
If not your nic is not set correctly in win95.
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