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Appletalk/Appleshare Login problem

Posted on 2003-11-13
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A user on my network who is running os 9 to connect to win2003 server, is experiencing old appleshare login prompts for his old account. Basically his old user name is in the login box at start up and he must click cancell about 20 times in order for his new user name to come  up in a login box so that he may type his passwqord and mount the windows volumes.
Things ive tried:
1) killing the keychain by placing security extension in disabled folder.
2) delete appleshare prep file.
3) cursing.
4) screaming.
I hope ive stated this question acuratly. Any help with this would be great.
Thanx
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Delete the entries in the keychain, not the security extension. That doesnt change anything.
Remove any aliases to the shared volume in the startup items folder.
Uncheck "mount volumes at startup" in the volume mounting dialog via the chooser.
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