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      12-16-2004
I am not able switch from the "classic logon prompt" to the "Welcome screen"
when logging on to Windows XP with SP2.

When I select "Change the way users log on or off" in the "User Account"
window I get the following message "Client Services for NetWare has disabled
the Welcome screen and Fast User Switching. To restore these features, you
must uninstall Client Services for NetWare."

I an unable to locate this file using the search tool. I have read about it
in help files but still can not figure out this problem.
 
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Malke
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      12-16-2004
Jeffrey D. wrote:

> I am not able switch from the "classic logon prompt" to the "Welcome
> screen" when logging on to Windows XP with SP2.
>
> When I select "Change the way users log on or off" in the "User
> Account" window I get the following message "Client Services for
> NetWare has disabled the Welcome screen and Fast User Switching. To
> restore these features, you must uninstall Client Services for
> NetWare."
>
> I an unable to locate this file using the search tool. I have read
> about it in help files but still can not figure out this problem.


Go to the Network Connections applet in Control Panel and double-click
it. Right-click your Local Area Connection and then left-click
Properties. The Netware client will be in the box on the General tab
(you should see it right away). Highlight it and click the Uninstall
button. Of course, if you connect to a Novell server, you won't want to
do this!

Malke
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Eric Cross [MVP]
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      12-16-2004
Greetings Jeffery,

Please see the following MS KB article.

Error Message When You Try to Turn On Welcome Screen or Fast User Switching
http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;en-us;315347

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Microsoft MVP (Windows Networking)
http://mvp.support.microsoft.com


"Jeffrey D." <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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>I am not able switch from the "classic logon prompt" to the "Welcome
>screen"
> when logging on to Windows XP with SP2.
>
> When I select "Change the way users log on or off" in the "User Account"
> window I get the following message "Client Services for NetWare has
> disabled
> the Welcome screen and Fast User Switching. To restore these features, you
> must uninstall Client Services for NetWare."
>
> I an unable to locate this file using the search tool. I have read about
> it
> in help files but still can not figure out this problem.



 
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      11-07-2006
I get this message, too, but I don't have any Novell anything installed. My PC just suddenly started requiring the NT style log in. When I changed the registry key for the graphic login, nothing happened. I even downloaded and ran a fix for this and it only said I was using the correct version of the Gina file. I'm baffled. Any ideas?
 
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