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How to uninstall Netware Client Service?

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  • client services
  • Netware
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  • Windows XP
  • uninstall
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May 23, 2013 7:12:23 PM

I know this has been asked countless times, but I don't see NEtware Client Services anywhere in my network connections.
I've looked in properties, advanced, options, remove software, everywhere that I could think of, and I still have not found Netware Client Services. And yet, whenever I try to change "the way users log on/off", it tells me "Nope. You still have it installed".

I even went as far as deleting all the system files in system32 associated with Netware, and still nothing.

I got nothing left! Does anyone know a solution?
Please HALP!

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May 24, 2013 12:19:12 AM

Sorry if I sounded rude.

Actually, you did and I invite you to edit out the capitals and masked swearing from your post before I do it.

Quite simply, if Netware doesn't appear in the list under properties of either the Local Area or Wireless Connections which starts with Client for Microsoft Networks and ends with Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), then you don't have it installed.

So, how do you see it and think it's installed? Have you anything listed in the Add and Remove Programmes section of Control Panel? Does it show in the Programme Files folder?

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May 24, 2013 2:00:40 PM

Saga Lout said:


So, how do you see it and think it's installed? Have you anything listed in the Add and Remove Programmes section of Control Panel? Does it show in the Programme Files folder?[/#0005ff]
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There's nothing in add/remove programs, and there was a control panel extension, but I deleted it. The only reason its bothering me is because it's not letting me log in normally.

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May 24, 2013 11:49:46 PM

You can make changes to the login procedures in Control panel>User Accounts. I'm assuming that you have a small login box with a drop down and require icons named for the Users. That can definitely be achieved.
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May 25, 2013 1:35:32 PM

Saga Lout said:
You can make changes to the login procedures in Control panel>User Accounts. I'm assuming that you have a small login box with a drop down and require icons named for the Users. That can definitely be achieved.


That's exactly why I posted this thread. When I go into user accounts, and select "change the way users log on and off", it gives me a prompt saying that Netware is preventing me from changing the log on/off options.
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May 25, 2013 11:36:10 PM

If I were working this one myself, I would trawl the Registry for the word Netware and delete every key that related to it. You do that from the Edit>Find menu to trace the first entry then Function 3 to go on to the next, etc. Suggesting you do it, has to go with a warning of the dire consequences and the advice to back the Registry up from the File>Export menu before doing anything else.

You checked the connection Properties for Netware but did that include removing any entries from the Dial Up connection?

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May 26, 2013 12:01:55 PM

Saga Lout said:
If I were working this one myself, I would trawl the Registry for the word Netware and delete every key that related to it. You do that from the Edit>Find menu to trace the first entry then Function 3 to go on to the next, etc. Suggesting you do it, has to go with a warning of the dire consequences and the advice to back the Registry up from the File>Export menu before doing anything else.


Deleted everything with "Netware" from the registry, still nothing.

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You checked the connection Properties for Netware but did that include removing any entries from the Dial Up connection?



Don't have dial up on this computer.


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May 26, 2013 10:52:47 PM

That's a real mystery - any sign of anything lurking in Programme Files>Common Files? There are no more hiding places after that and even more curious after the Registry has been hoovered.
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