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#1 carm6

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Posted 30 April 2006 - 10:13 AM

Hi got a strange problem i cant fix? when i try to change my welcome screen i get a message come up as client services for netware has disabled my welcome screen. to restore this feature i must Uninstall client serives for netware. Now my quetion is how do i uninstall this anyone know? Thanks in advance Carm

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Posted 30 April 2006 - 11:02 AM

A local-area network (LAN) operating system developed by Novell Corporation. NetWare is a software product that runs on a variety of different types of LANs, from Ethernets to IBM token-ring networks. It provides users and programmers with a consistent interface that is independent of the actual hardware used to transmit messages.

If you are on a network using this Netware and uninstall it you will no longer be able to access the network.

Is the actual Novell client software loading up or is this the built in Microsoft? If the Microsoft you can go into network properties and uninstall the Novell client stuff.

If its the Novell software just follow the instructions in the link. This is from Novell and goes thru some registry changes, care should be taken when doing registry changes and if done improperly could render your computer useless, I would suggest getting someone who is knowledgeable with the system registry to do this task if you think you will have problems with it.

http://support.novell.com/cgi-bin/search/s...i?/10017336.htm

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Posted 30 April 2006 - 03:37 PM

If you are sure Novell Client is not needed - click start - my network places. Right click the connection you are using and select properties. A new window will open - there should be a networking tab. Select the Novell Client software by clicking it and then click the uninstall button. That should rid you of Novell.

As an alternate, the newer versions of Novell have a "Workstation Only" box just below username/password fields. You can select workstation only and login as a windows station.

One note... if you are on a network in an office, I would speak with the admins before removing the software.

Hope this helps...

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Posted 25 May 2006 - 04:33 PM

Thanks guys for the advice but i still haven't worked out how to disable this thing. I'm still getting a message come up as client services for netware has disabled my welcome screen :thumbsup: Can anyone give me a easy way to remove this? I'm a complete idiot when it comes to computers so easy is better for me :flowers: thanks in advance. P.s this is my home pc so its not on any work network or anything thanks again

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Posted 25 May 2006 - 07:39 PM

Can you boot into Safe Mode? Safe Mode Tutorial If you can do that, follow my above instructions to remove the client. There is also a Microsoft Novell Client services generic pack. You can see which one is loaded as soon as you can get into your system.

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