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Diable "Client for microsoft network"

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does anyone know how to temporarly disable "Client for microsoft network"

We want to test something using the "Client for netware"
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pwoolford earned 300 total points
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As you can not have both installed at the same time you will have to delete it and then reinstall it.
Why is this a problem ?
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by:lgmm
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you only must to install the netware client, follow the next steps

add a client (netware)
add an adapter
add protocol ipxspx

and its ready to novell, then you must to put your server in inentify

    If you have the both instaled you can switch between them, but you need anyware the windows CD
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