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SYSTEM32 folder displayed at startup

By dwayne.sealy@caribsurf. ·
A few of my Windows NT 4.0/SP4 workstations are displaying the Windows\System32 folder when users logon.

The interesting thing is that there are no similarities between these systems (except NT4/SP4, Client Access 3.2, MSOffice 97, VirusScan 4.3).

Any ideas/suggestions?

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by Bill Cassada In reply to SYSTEM32 folder displayed ...

Check your startup folder for the remnants of a reminder program, etc that would call up something from DOS. A bad SP install sometimes does this, but very unlikely that this is it.

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by pVp In reply to SYSTEM32 folder displayed ...

ALso check this older q&a: http://www.techrepublic.com/forumqa/thread_detail.jhtml?src=search&thread_id=17713

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