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Win95 Vs Network!

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I have a ethernet network connection.  The network works fine but Win95 does not connect to the on the boot up, but if I use the logoff button (Added by IE4) it then gives my the network connection logon screen.  Does anyone have any ideas?????

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Yeah, I had that with Netware 4.1 and Windows 95 clients.

Only Win95 machines

 If you only use windows 95 machines, it might be becuase you logged in after Setup without typing a password. Select Close Down and the select close all programs and log on as a different user to add users...

Netware 4.1 server

No network-enviroment.....

If you use Netware 4.1, just install IPX/SPX and Microsoft's  Client for Netware, and make the ethernet-adapter work (browse network enviroment after sharing stuff on all computers, also in the netwerk-configuration tab, share your computer and some DIRs).

Working network, just no good user-stuff:

Then run the Setup of the Client 32 for W95 (availlable at Netware, search hard and find it, it's 7 MB though, but you NEED it). It will do anything automaticly. Then you can use the pretty login....

Under NT I woulndn't know ethernet, only TokenRing, sorry !!
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