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I get the message as below. When i give my username and apssword get the mesasages. I created a windows 2003 unattended iso from Nlite after which when installed the OS from that cd i get this message

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Hi,

I get the message as below. When i give my username and apssword get the mesasages. I created a windows 2003 unattended iso from Nlite after which when installed the OS from that cd i get this message.


You have not been authenticated on any server. No Preferred server will be set. Do you want to continue>
If you choose yes, you can select a preferred server later in control panel


What are the changes i need to do to not get this message.

Regards
Sharath
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You have probably installed CSNW.

Right-click My Network Places and select 'Properties'
Right-click your 'Lan Connection' and select 'Properties'

Now, select Client Service for NetWare and press the 'Uninstall' button.

I hope this helps!
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