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Automatic Login

Automatic Login

I have a Novell Server 5.00.10 and am running Novell Client 4.91 SP5 on XP Pro machines.

I have a couple of machines in my shipping department that I want to automatically log onto Novell upon boot.  These machines have Novell user names with no passwords associated with them.  I also need the Novell to authenticate before the shipping software starts otherwise, I don't even get the Client login dialog box.  

Is there an easy way to accomplish this?

RE: Automatic Login

Thank you goombawaho!  That did the trick.

RE: Automatic Login

I apologize pagy, I gave credit to the wrong person  :( .  Thank YOU pagy!  That did the trick :).

RE: Automatic Login

No problem..

I think Autolog does automatically for you, the bits in the link that goombawaho provided.   

I had to use Autolog back in the day when my life was simpler looking after Netware servers....  smile

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RE: Automatic Login

I deserve some credit too, so I'm glad you can't retract.

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