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how to setup WINDOWS XP  to auto logon with Novell client 4.91on startup

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how to setup WINDOWS XP  to auto logon with Novell client 4.91on startup
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This program should get you logged in automatically.

http://www.novell.com/coolsolutions/tools/13525.html
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this solution didn't work on  Windows xp with client 4.91, help please
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Let's try this then.

4.9 is a newer version but the auto logon should be fixed if you have SP1 for 4.91 installed.
All you should have to do is add the user info to the registry and that should be that.

Try the following the steps listed here : http://support.novell.com/docs/Tids/Solutions/10087621.html
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USING CLIENT 4.9 SP2 DEVICE LOCKS UP AND DOES NOT LOGIN
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