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I have NIci 128 bit running on a Netware 5 box. I need to remove it, however nwconfig will not allow me too. Why?
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I am not sure... but it might autoload when PKI.NLM loads.  Try remming that out.

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First, unload PKI AND SAS.

Then remove the following directories:

sys:\system\nici

Also RENAME/delete the XIM.XLM and XMGR.XLM, NOVXENG.NLM and the DOMXENG.NLM from c:\nwserver.

When you do this the system console will display public symbol error messages because of the missing files.

Get the NREPAIR2.EXE file (ftp://ftp.novell.com/pub/netwire/nsd/nrepair2.exe) to repair NICI.

NOTE: THIS IS A BRUTE FORCE METHOD. Not an uninstallation procedure specified by Novell. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK.

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