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A Script to remove IPX\SPX from computers...

A Script to remove IPX\SPX from computers...

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I need a script to be able to remove IPX/SPX from from computers without touching the DNS settings.  If anyone's has anything I would really appreciate it.

RE: A Script to remove IPX\SPX from computers...

YOu might want to go out to google.com and select the groups tab and do a search for a script to remove IPX/SPX.  It should not be too hard to do, even a VB script might help..

Mark C. Greenwood, CNE
m_jgreenwood@yahoo.com
 
With more than 10 years experience to share.

RE: A Script to remove IPX\SPX from computers...

Are you using the Novell client still?  If so, you can use the ACU (even if your client is current and you aren't upgrading the client) to remove IPX if present.

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Brent Schmidt        Certified nut case   
Senior Network Engineer
 http://www.kiscc.com

RE: A Script to remove IPX\SPX from computers...

Provogeek, do you have a TID on how to do this using the ACU? I used the ACU to rollout the latest version, unfortuently I did not remove IPX while doing this, and I can't find how to use the ACU to remove IPX without upgrading the client. Any responce would be Great. Thanks. (I'm using Client 4.9 SP1a, if it helps).

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