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lgnwt32.dll specified server unknown

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What cuases this error and how do I stop it
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1. If you are using client 4.83 upgrade to 4.83SP3 or up (4.90 SP2 will do).
2. If instead of the server name you write the server IP address and the login is OK then the problem is an SLP problem. The SLP is not defined in the client properties or the SLPDA is not configured correctly.

check this

http://www.novell.com/coolsolutions/tip/17382.html
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