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Change the Way Users logon


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coachpmv

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When trying to change the way users logon, I am getting the "Client Services for Netware has disabled ..." message.

I have unistalled the Novell Client from my Network connections. I am still unable to change it.

As a side note, I utilize McAfee Virsus scan and when I attempt to do the process, McAfee comes up with a suspicious script message for the mshta.exe file.

Any help would be greatful.
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Johanna

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Go to control panel and open up "network connections", from there click the local area connection icon, click "properties" highlight "Client Services for Netware" and click uninstall.


The process called mshta.exe, is used within Windows to allow the running of HTML Applications (.HTA Files). Mshta.exe is not required for Windows to work correctly. If you find that it is causing problems from your system, you should terminate it.

mshta.exe is flagged as a system process and does not appear to be a security risk. However, removing Microsoft HTML Applications may adversly impact your system.

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coachpmv

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Thank you for your quick response.

However, in the body of my post I stated that I already unistalled client services in network connections.

The function still does not work.
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