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Client not visible trying NT Client Install

Client not visible trying NT Client Install

Client not visible trying NT Client Install

Hello All,

I am attempting to install NAV CE 7.5 using the NT Client Install rollout option, I can see the Windows 2000 users listed except one. I assumed he was unmanaged, so I copied the grc.dat file in the Program Files\NavNT folder, rebooted, still cannot see the computer in the list...any suggestions?

RE: Client not visible trying NT Client Install

If you ask me it would appear that alot of the time when we all setup a unmanaged client, people can never get them to become managed. So why don't we install managed in the first place maybe.

If you can't fix it in 20 call someone who can.

RE: Client not visible trying NT Client Install

Originally this person was not setup as a unmanaged client, the client was using NAV CE 7.0, as was everybody else, however this client will not show up in the install list when he is logged in.

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