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IntraNetware Client for NT & NT Workstation 4

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I am using IntraNetware Client for Windows NT 4 and NT Workstation 4.

The problem is although I have told the IntraNetware Client I don't want BANNER PAGES or FORM FEED's after every print it ALWAYS does it. If you check the settings - it is NOT remembering the settings, so I say NO BANNER, but when I exit it is NOT saving those settings ...... HELP

I have tried re-installing the Client and using the Capture command in a DOS box .... to no avail .... HELP ME PLEASE
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There is a bug in Novells Intranetware Client for Windows NT documented by Novell regarding this.

Novells testing concluded that if you have the same administrator name as your NT workstation/server the changes to Form Feed and Banner Page are not retained. What you need to do is have another user in the administrators group to change the settings or change the name of your workstation.

For more information see Novell TID #2921935

/Nordman

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