>Since upgrading a couple of stations to NT 3.51, which went
>very smoothly, we noticing that when the user Ctrl+Alt+Deletes
>to login, we get reports of things not being found on the
>Novell server that are required for certain startup progs to
>run. If we just ignore it and go on, all seems to work ok. I
>think the problem is that NTs left brain is getting ahead of
>itself and generating errors before its right brain has gotten
>around to doing its thing like mapping/connecting to Novell
>drives etc. Anyone else seen this? Any ideas? Please reply
>Thanks in advance.
I have an application running on an NT 3.51 SMP server (quad 150mhz
Pentiums), a win95 workstation - Pentium 120, 24mb ram, a Novell 4.1
server. I am running Novell's 32client on the workstation, primary
network is Microsoft, and I am logging into a domain.
Why are my drive mappings to the NT domain server so slow, and
consequently the apps that run on them? Only when the 32bit Client is
installed does this happen. Removing the client speeds up networking
between the workstation and NT incredibly. Access times into an
Advanced Revelations application and database were over 2 minutes with
the client running, and only 6.2 seconds without it!
I am sure there is a simple solution. Any replies would be appreciated.