These problems might require that you reinstall the operating system.Novell cannot guarantee that these problems can be solved. This value will be set to the product name corresponding to the operating system installed on the machine.Setting this parameter to ‘On’ allows roaming profile paths to Novell and other non-Windows servers by disabling this Windows-specific security check.Note this policy is defined and controlled by Windows and not the Novell Client, so group policies and other Windows management tools may also set or change this policy (‘Compatible RUPSecurity’).By default, Windows attempts to enhance profile security by checking the permissions on a remote roaming profile directory.But the check is performed in a Windows-specific manner, and this fails when the roaming profile path is to a Novell or other non-Windows-compatible resource.— ‘Always’: A Computer Only Logon will be offered regardless of whether the Computer Only Logon option has been hidden.— ‘Never’: A Computer Only Logon will not be offered regardless of whether the Computer Only Logon option has been hidden.
(registry locations refer to the default profile) User login profiles (as opposed to system login profiles described here), with all the same settings, are located under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Novell\Login\Profiles\Users\.
— ‘Always’: The Computer Only Logon will always be the default mode presented, even if Novell Logon was the previous mode used.
— ‘Never’: Novell Logon will always be the default mode presented, even if Computer Only Logon was the previous mode used.
The username entered into the credential provider is what selects which profile might be used. First check for a user-level profile for the user entered, else fall back to a system profile.) The profile selected then provides everything besides the username itself.
The Novell Client is able to use DHCP-supplied configuration values for the Novell login profile’s Tree, Context and/or Server fields.