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I'm stil trying to make Win95 display a login for
Novell 3.12 after displaying the login for Solstice NFS
Client. I noticed that the login prompt does not get displayed if the process login script box is unchecked.
I really don't want the login script to run, but I do want
to log into the netware server. Is there any way I can still
get Win95 to display the login window?
Solmsen told me to do the following:
1.] Delete the username.pwl
2.] Edit the registry to prevent password caching using
    the key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\
             WINDOWS\CURRENTVERSION\POLICIES\NETWORK\
             DISABLEPWDCACHING
    I did not find this key at this location.  Should it
    be there or should I add it? If so how? Will it resolve
    my problem?

Actually, Win95 logs me in as "Guest"!

Thanks in advance for your help!

Regards,

Denmark
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by:biyiadeniran
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why not set your primary network logon:
Client for netware networks.won't that help?
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It is not so difficult to obtain the system automatically giver you the logon on Netware network. May be I've not understood very well.

Anyway:

1) Control panel / Network
2) Check to have: Microsoft Netware client, Microsoft IPX/SPX protocol correctly configured for your lan card
3) Select "Primary access: Netware Client" in the box
4) Select "Netware Client"/Property
5) Fill the fields Server, Drive Letter and check the "Enable access procedure" tick box (should be to on).
6) Cancel any guest.pwl and or 'your login name'.pwl
7) Reboot
8) Opla'   (I hope).

Hoping this help.
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