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NWLINK IPX bindings

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hi world,

does anybody know how to unbind NWLINK IPX from the Microsoft Network Client within Windows 2000 professional?

thanks in advance, Xavier Serra
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1) Right click on My Network Places, choose properties
2) Right click on your network connection, choose properties
3) Uncheck the box to the left of NWLink/IPX
4) Hit OK

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I don't want to disable nwlink ipx, I just want to unbind it from Microsft Network Client. I I do as you say, I disable all Novell client activity. Thanks in advance, Xavier
Are you looking to disable NetBIOS over nwLink?   You would do that on the network properties.  If you are running IPX/SPX only on your Novell, disabling IPX all together will not allow you to authenticate to Novell.  The only two choices you have are unbind NetBios/nwLink or make sure that your novell version can support TCP/IP and run that protocol only.

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2 open questions:
05/02/02 http:Q_20296395.html "NAAS, Pervasive client and TCP/IP"
10/02/01 http:Q_20189368.html "NWLINK IPX bindings"

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