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Netware and 'How people log on ' problem

By dbonniwell ·
Good day to all,
A while back this problem below was posted by another David on this website
I 'am a David too and I have the same problem at present. I right clicked my network connection and found the Netware, but the box was NOT checked. Would it be safe to delete this netware so I can have my XP back the way it was working before when startingup and shutting down?
Could it be because my name is David too that this occured? Just kidding, Can someone give me some guidance on what to do
Thank you so much

Netware problems
When i log onto my computer it comes up with a log in screen and i don't need one i just want my computer to boot up straight to the desktop. i went to control panel>user accounts>change the way users log on or off. then i checked on "use the welcome screen" and "use fast user switching" then clicked "apply options". then this error message popped up " Client Services for netware has disabled the Welcome screen and Fast user Switching. To restore these features, you must unistall Client Services for NetWare." i then went to control panel>add and remove programs, and i don't see it any where there. i finally searched for it and found it under the program folder and saw that is was catagorized as a system32 file and didn't want to delet it because it might mess up my computer. I also right clicked on the icon and went to properties and saw that it was a "driver device" and looked under device manager and didn't see it there either. i wanted to know if there was a way to disable it or if i deleted it would it mess up my computer?

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unistall netware client

by wynand.coetzee In reply to Netware and 'How people l ...

Goto control panel
goto network connections
right click on the local area connection
choose the netware client and click on uninstall

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