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Hi
I have a Netware 5.1 server and am installing the XP client on atest machine.
I have had an error message which says:
"The ordinal 48 could not be located in the dynamic link library CLNWIN32.DLL"

Have you come across this error message?
If so how can I correct it?

Thanks
Steve
stevenl@servitehouses.org.uk
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Verify that CLNWIN32.DLL is located in the Windows \WINNT\SYSTEM32\ folder.

Also - what version of Windows XP are you using (Professional or Home)?

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btw:  CLNWIN32.DLL should be dated 10/26/2001 (for Client version 4.83) and have an internal version of 5.5.8.0


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by:StevenL
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I have XP pro

My Clnwin32.dll is 10/26.

My directory is xp/system32

How do I check the internal version number?

But I still have the clnwin32 error message.
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How do I check the internal version number?

Right click on file
Properties
Version

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by:StevenL
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Yes. version number is 5.5.8
I tried putting a different copy of clnwin32 in its place but xp would not load.
I've restored back to the original but still get the message.
Does it make a difference that the directory is called xp/system32 rather than winnt/system32
Any clues?

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That's a good question - did XP install itself into the XP folder or did you change it during setup?  I know that Windows 2000 installs into the WINNT folder by default.

Have you applied the latest patches for Client32 v.4.83 from Novell?

http://support.novell.com/filefinder/14232/index.html
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by:StevenL
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Ok
The solution to my problem lies here

http://support.novell.com/cgi-bin/search/searchtid.cgi?/2962714.htm

So producing a new CLNTRUST file in Border manager and linking my log in script to this file I have single sign on authentication again.

Thanks for everyone who posted to me
stevenl@servitehouses.org.uk
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