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Winlogon error with Novell Client

Posted on 2011-02-16
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I am getting a winlogon error:

"The instruction at "0x1000dd3a" referenced memory "0x00000c4c". The memory could not be
"read".

I get this after doing a Novell update.

There is another post here that says that the problem is the GINA and it referenced a Novell
TID to change the primary gina from NWGINA.DLL to MSGina.DLL. I checked it as they described
and it appears that is my issue.

The problem is that I cannot find any reference on how to fix it.

I have unstalled the Novell Client (4.91 SP6 Ir1, BTW..) and reinstalled it but that had not worked.

So how do I correct this?
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by:ZENandEmailguy
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What OS are you running?  I must assume WinXPsp?  As there is a different Novell client for Win7.

Scott

P.S. Assuming you're running XP, I'd go back to the Novell client 4.91sp5 with whatever the latest IR is for it.
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by:DelonWeuve
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The OS is WinXP Pro SP3 and the client is 4.91 SP5 IR1 before I started all this. I know is says 4.91 SP6, but that was a typo.

I'll try something like that. I'm going to try uninstalling and putting on 4.91 SP5 and see what that does.

I'll let you know.
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After digging into this further, I realized that this was somehow related to turning on the debug logs for ZenWorks 7. As soon as I turned off the logs, the winlogon errors stopped. For now, that is good enough.
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by:DelonWeuve
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I undid what caused this problem in the first place. It's a good enough solution for now.
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