No, the client deinstall utility would have nothing to do with this. I'd
deinstall the share you manually created, then force a NT Logon Server
Manager cycle. To do so, you could change your logon script settings or
schedule for Widnows Networking Logon Client Installation (or Discovery if
enabled), or create a dummy file named nt_logon.not in the
Let the server do its work, and theoretically it should fix the logon point.
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> After uninstalling my Logon Points by unchecking Windows Logon Discovery
> Windows Networking Logon Client installation and letting them reinstall.
> have one Logon point on my BDC that didin't install correctly. It
> but didn't get shared out.
> I manually shared the directory myself, and now it's reporting an old site
> So is there a way to uinstall that specific Logon Point and let it
> reinstall from the Site Server? Could I just delete the SMSLOGON
> Would the clientcleaner work?
> Any help will be appreciated...