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GW 4.1a causes a GPF every time on Win2K workstation with 4.8 client

GW 4.1a causes a GPF every time on Win2K workstation with 4.8 client

GW 4.1a causes a GPF every time on Win2K workstation with 4.8 client

(OP)
Trying to run GroupWise 4.1a on my Windows 2000 workstation
always yields a general protection fault:

OFWINFIL caused a general protection fault in module
KRNL386.EXE at 0001:56CF. Choose close. OFWINFIL
will close.

Right now, my best solution is to use the Microsoft
client for NetWare. GroupWise works fine then, but
I still need to be able to run NWADMIN (which needs
the Novell client).

Any ideas would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks!

RE: GW 4.1a causes a GPF every time on Win2K workstation with 4.8 client

Based on your information, I would re-install your client.  Personally, I would suggest NW4.7 for WIN2K rather than the latest.  I tried the 4.8 and had some weird things happen.  Also, if you want to look into this further, there is a document #2910642 on Novell's web site that may help.  Good Luck ~

RE: GW 4.1a causes a GPF every time on Win2K workstation with 4.8 client

(OP)
Thanks for the suggestion!  I'll give it a try.

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