Login problem

We recently installed Win2k on a box.  After installing the client
v4.83 we
are not prompted for the Novell login.  I can right click on the sys
"N" and login in the way.

What is set incorrectly?

11/6/2003 1:39:16 PM
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Justin Moore wrote:
> We recently installed Win2k on a box.  After installing the client
v4.83 we
> are not prompted for the Novell login.  I can right click on the sys
> "N" and login in the way.
> What is set incorrectly?

Control Panel | Users and Passwords | Enabled "Users must enter a user

Edison Ortiz
Novell Support Connection SysOp
(No Email Support, Thanks !)

11/6/2003 2:58:50 PM
Ensure AutoAdminLogon is not enabled...........

NT\CurrentVersion\WinLogon\AutoAdminLogon = 0

Justin Moore wrote:

> We recently installed Win2k on a box.  After installing the client
v4.83 we
> are not prompted for the Novell login.  I can right click on the sys
> "N" and login in the way.
> What is set incorrectly?

Craig Wilson
CNE3, 4, 5 - MCSE - CCNA
NSC Sysop (http://support.novell.com/forums/)

Tech Writer - http://www.ithowto.com
(I Peter 4:10)

11/6/2003 11:43:45 PM

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