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You need to go into Network Connections. Right click on your local network connection and choose network properties.
Find the Client for Netware and uninstall it.
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Uninstalling the Client Services for Netware feature will enable the Fast User Switching option on your computer.
It is an easy process, and you can do it yourself by following these instructions.
Go to the "Start" menu.
Double click on "Control Panel."
Double click on "Network Connections."
Right click on "Local Area Connection" and select "Properties."
This will bring up the "Local Area Connection Properties" dialogue window.
Highlight the "Client Services for Netware" by clicking on it once.
Click on "Uninstall" in the same dialogue window.
Follow the instructions.
After the uninstall action has been completed, click on "OK" in the same dialogue window.
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