Solved removing Clent services & Netware

March 9, 2005 at 10:00:34
Specs: Win Xp Pro, Athlon 4000+

My computer was recently used by a friend to set up a network for a reason unkown to me. anyway they set up the basic Netware Client services. this has changed my login screnn among other things. snce I have no need for Netware I've tried to remove it...
It simply wont go!!!
Ive tried going into the network connection and removing it. this has been done yet the computer still has the netware login screen and when I try and change this via user settings it tells me to unistall client services first.

I was told to install the newest version of netware and to unistall that... didn't work!

I am soon going to to hard rip it from the registry soon, this is getting very annoying. I've know virii that were easier to remove!

Any help would be truly appreciated!

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foccer March 12, 2005 at 18:09:42

You can usually just remove the client from the Add/Remove Programs control panel.

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March 14, 2005 at 08:59:58

If the installation included the full client components you should have the NICI and NMAS too. You should remove them also from the control panel.
If nothing works try following the TID at:

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April 9, 2005 at 08:43:36
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In control panel, click on network and internet connections. Then click on network cnnections. Right click on properties and select the network/internet connection you use. Check each one individually by right clicking and then clicking properties. When you see the client services on netware in the list of properties click on it to remove the small x. don't click anything else. Now scroll down and hit unnstall. Your PC will reboot with the old netware logon. After it does go back to control panel and click user accounts and change how people logon. Now you will be allowed to re-establih the welcome and fast switching tabs that netware disabled. Good luck.

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