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Problem with remote Client32 connection...

Problem with remote Client32 connection...

Problem with remote Client32 connection...

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I am using a Dell Inspiron w/ Groupwise 5.1 installed to access email remotely from Netware server.  Though the same install works fine from a remote desktop, all of our notebook users are having trouble making and maintaining a reliable connection.  The program just hangs at the Groupwise logo while trying to connect; eventually Windows task manager says app. not responding.  The same install procedure was used to configure desktops and notebooks.

RE: Problem with remote Client32 connection...

We have pretty much the same setup. But we are running 5.5.
I left our Inspiron's at software release 5.5.1 (although the Netware server is running 5.5.4 w/ SP8a)
You might want to try a higher level client (I believe you can get it from the Novell website, but you might have to download the whole package)

If you have any questions, let me know.

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