How do I have a single XP Login and a ctrl-alt-del screen?
I am running Novell Client 4.9 on Windows XP SP2, and I can either have a
ctrl-alt-del welcome screen or a single login.
In the registry, if I set AutoAdminLogin to 0 then ctrl-alt-del comes up, I
push that, then log in to Novell, but a Windows login screen appears.
If I set AutoAdminLogin to 1, ctrl-alt-del does not appear, but I only have
to log into Novell.
How do I get the ctrl-alt-del screen and the single Novell login without a
The Windows NT security model requires you to logon locally or via a domain,
so you need to authenticate to a Windows...Delay between ctrl+alt+del and login screen
I am having an issue with a long delay between the control alt delete
splash screen and the login box. Client 4.90 Windows XP. The reason I am
sure, is that we have a user personalized network that does not give you
an ip address until you authenticate, (ie an odyssey gina that
authenticates to a radius during your login). I'm assuming the client
sees that I have a network cable plugged into a card, and it waits a
timeout length (roughly 90 seconds) before giving up and displaying the
login box. Any thoughts on lowering or removing that timeout?
...ctrl alt del screen remains after uninstall
I have a 2000 Pro desktop on which I installed Novell 4.83 - After
unintalling, the Novell ctrl alt del screen remains - when trying to log
on to the network, I get a screen that says not all network resources are
available (the Novell servers) and do I want to continue to try and log on
to the available network? If I say NO - it takes me back to the Novell
ctrl alt del screen, if I say YES - it logs me in to the MS network --
how can I get rid of the Novell ctrl alt del screen?
It sounds like the client didn't fully uninstall - take a look at:
how should one implement "Print Screen" functionality within PB without
using any OCX's?
What I'm looking for is to get a print of the active window e.g. to
clipboard. Then copying that to e.g Word using OLE is ok and that I can do.
The problem is getting the picture of the active window to the clipboard. Or
is there a better solution?
You can simulate pressing the print screen key. See
"Kari Paukku" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
&g...ctrl alt del screen still present after client uninstall
I have a Windows 2000 Pro desktop that I installed Novell 4.83 client -
the ctrl alt del screen is now the Novell screen - I uninstalled the
client, but the Novell ctrl alt del screen still comes up - when trying to
logon to our network, I get a window that says not all network resources
are available (the Novell servers) - do I still want to try to login to
the network? - If I say yes - it logs me in through the MS network, if I
say NO - it takes me back to the ctrl alt del screen - how can I get rid
of the Novell ctrl alt del screen???
Sounds like a good question to...ctrl-alt-del screen looping on Wxp with 4.91sp1a
I have a machine here that is doing a loop with the Crtl-alt-del
screen. I enter in the username and password and hit enter and it goes
away as if the login is successful but then it just loops back to the
Tried this with workstation only as well. Can anyone suggest a fix for
I have had this, If you goto
and rename NWGina.dll to MSgina.dll you can login and uninstall then
reinstall the client. This will bypass the client
> I have a machine here that is doin...log in problem--- alt ctrl del screen keeps returning
Last week I had a problem with a virus called randex so I followed
symantec removal instructions which included going to registry and
resetting some values and deleting other values.
My UPS has a fault which made me restart my server, but now I cannot log
in because the ctrl+alt+ delete novell log in screens keeps returning
whenever I type in my password and ok in the password screen.
I have tried removing the network cable and clicking the log in to windows
only but to no avail.
I would appreciate if anyone could help me out.
> Last w...want Ctrl+alt+del to sit at screen waiting for password
When i dos ctrl+alt+del to lock my PC I then have to ctrl+alt+del & THEN
enter my password to sign on. My colleague can enter C+A+D & his PC does
not get locked, it just sits waiting for him to enter his password. Does
anyone know what/where this is controlled? I do not want to C+A+D.
In win2k (and XP I believe) the setting for Require Users to press
Ctrl-Alt-Delete is in the Control Panel>Users and Passwords under the
I believe that is what you are asking for.
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news:0iL_b.1082$Mw6.220@pr...Disabling task switching (CTRL-ESC, CTRL-ALT-Del,ALT-F4 etc) in Xp,Vista,W7
How can one disable/enable the task switching keys in Windows (XP, Vista, 7) ??
Ctrl-Alt-Del can be disabled by changing a registry entry in XP, how are the other key combo's changed CTRL-ESC, ALT-F4, ALT-ESC ALT-Tab etc.
procedure DisableCtrAltDel(Val: Boolean);
MyReg := TRegistry.Create;
with MyReg do
RootKey := HKEY_CURRENT_USER;
if Val then
...Suppress "CTRL ALT DEL" login splash screen?
I'd like to configure my 4.91 SP4 clients so they go directly to the
username/password login window instead of stopping at the "Press CTRL ALT
DEL" to login window. I remember a time where I could do that through
client properties, but can't seem to find it.
How can I set my workstations to bypass the initial Novell CTRL ALT DEL
There is a registry key (do not remember it off-hand), but you can do
the same thing using the GUI:
Start | Run: "control userpasswords2"
Go to "Advanced" tab.
Uncheck "Require users to press ...No logon screen after Ctrl-Alt-Del on Windows 2008 R2 TS
We have got a problem on our 2008 R2 TS servers that the logon dialog
is not showing after Ctrl-Alt-Del is pressed.
The screen is just blank and nothing happens. Even on console.
The Novell client is Novell Client 2 SP1 IR9 and ZCM 10.3.3.
After a reboot it is working for a few hours, and when back to no logon
Have tried to reinstall Novell client, did'nt help. The machine is
fully patched with Windows update.
We had a similar issue. ...4.9 and 4.9sp1 bypass CTRL-ALT-DELETE screen on XP
I am building an image for our company and ran into a weird issue today.
I have loaded Windows XP SP1a and all needed security patches on a brand
new Dell D600 laptop, I joined the Active Directory domain with no issues
but as soon as I installed the Novell client 4.9 and rebooted I found an
issue, if you let the pc set for more then 5 seconds on the CTRL-ALT-
DELETE screen the screen goes away (Like someone hit CTRL-ALT-DELETE) and
brings you to the log-on screen. I have tried this on 2 diffrent D600's
both with fresh builds of the OS SP and patches and they bot...How do I get rid of the 'ctrl + alt + del' splash screen on 4.91 sp1 client?
I have installed the Novell 4.91 client for XP with service pack 1. Now
instead of going directly to the login screen, the 'ctrl + alt + del'
splash screen shows up. How do I turn the 'ctrl + alt + del' splash
> I have installed the Novell 4.91 client for XP with service pack 1. Now
> instead of going directly to the login screen, the 'ctrl + alt + del'
> splash screen shows up. How do I turn the 'ctrl + alt + del' splash
> screen off?
The Novell client should honour the setting in the local security policy. I
...Long delay to display login screen after pressing ctrl-alt-del with Client v4.9 SP2
There are now two posts on this forum describing exactly the same problem
that I am experiencing since upgrading to Client v4.9 SP2, neither of which
have an answer. The problem is that it now takes at least 3 minutes to
display the Novell Login screen from pressing ctrl-alt-del. The screen
blanks completely and just displays the mouse icon. There appears to be no
Dell D800 Latitude
Windows XP SP1 plus all updates
Novell Netware Client v4.9 SP2 update B
Zenworks Version 220.127.116.11
I am a mobile user who does not always connect to the Novell Network. The