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Changing User's NOVELL Login Settings...

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OK. I'm rather new to NT Workstation, but it shouldn't be that hard. I'm overlooking something simple... I have a user on my Workstation that is currently logging into a Novell server. I need to change that user to login to a Novell tree. How can I do this? I've booted and logged in as Administrator, but I don't see anything extra that will allow me to change this. It just asks for User ID and Password, and that's it. The User Manager has nothing either. HELP!! Thanks.
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mikecr earned 50 total points
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Guess what, you need Novell client installed to do that! You can't use Microsoft Novell client because it doesn't allow you to log into a tree, just a server. Once you install Novell NT Client or Novell Intranetware client for NT then you can assign a tree as your login instead of a server. We had the same problem you did until we got Intranetware client for Novell networks. (NT version)

I hope this helps.
Mike
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Thanks. I was hoping that wasn't the answer. Thanks.
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