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SIGN ON/Log Off

Need to remove ....Remove (Client Services for Netware) also fast User Switching. with this rubbish out of the way I should get back my Microsoft sign on and log off screen, how do these people get into my computer in the first place. Any assistance would be of great help. Regards. Bestman Ps system is XP Pro.

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  • Bestman Apr 28, 2008

    Hi myob 247. Received your information and did as per your details the computer remains as before but was advised in box to find and remove mrveina.dll before new arrangements would work, Please are you able to offer additional assistance .Thank you for your help to date. Regards Bestman..

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Go to Internet Connections and right click on your internet connection icon. Click on Properties and then Networking. Uncheck Client Services for Netware.

For Fast User Switching go to Control Panel, Administrative Tools, Services and disable Fast User Switching.



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Posted on Apr 26, 2008

  • Georgia B
    Georgia B Apr 28, 2008

    OK Bestman,

    Go to Start, Search, All Files and Folders. Click on More Advanced Options and put a check mark in the boxes for Search System Folders, Search Hidden Files and Folders and Search Subfolders. In the box that is labled "All or Part of the file name" type mrveina.dll. Hit Search. After the file or files are found right click on them to delete them. Do this for any other files it tells you to delete.

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THANK YOU LEECOM72!!!


Hi,
To resolve the problem , you would have to unistall client for netware protocol.

1.Click start>Click on RUN> Type ncpa.cpl and click on ok
2. Network connections window would open
3. Right click on Local area connection
4. Left click properties
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6. Click ok and restart your computer

Then try to select the Use welcome screen


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u can change it from Start-Control Panel-User Accounts-Change the way user log on or off.................try it now...............rate me tooooooooooooooooooooo.............................

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