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[MS_NWClient parameters] (Sysprep)

Updated: March 28, 2003

Applies To: Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2003 with SP1, Windows Server 2003 with SP2

[MS_NWClient parameters]

The [MS_NWClient parameters] section contains entries for Client Service for NetWare.

This section can be used only with the [Networking] section.

Windows XP Professional and Windows Server 2003 support the NetWare client, but Windows XP Home Edition does not support it.

Answer File Entries for the [ MS_NWClient parameters ] Section

 

Entry Description

DefaultContext

Specifies the default logon context.

DefaultTree

Specifies the name of the preferred tree.

LogonScript

Specifies whether to run a logon script.

PreferredServer

Specifies the name of the preferred server.

DefaultContext

Specifies the default logon context.

Syntax

                DefaultContext = 
                NetWare context name
              

 

Value Description

NetWare context name

NetWare context name.

Example
[Networking]
[MS_NWClient parameters]
DefaultContext = SALES.NWSERVER1
Comments

The DefaultContext, DefaultTree, and PreferredServer parameters are mutually exclusive.

DefaultTree

Specifies the name of the preferred tree.

Syntax

                DefaultTree = 
                tree name
              

 

Value Description

tree name

NetWare tree name.

Example
[Networking]
[MS_NWClient parameters]
DefaultTree = NDSServer
Comments

The DefaultContext, DefaultTree, and PreferredServer parameters are mutually exclusive.

LogonScript

Specifies whether to run a logon script.

Syntax

                LogonScript = Yes | No

 

Value Description

Yes

Runs a logon script.

No

Does not run a logon script.

Example
[Networking]
[MS_NWClient parameters]
LogonScript = No
Comments

None.

PreferredServer

Specifies the name of the preferred server.

Syntax

                PreferredServer = 
                server name
              

 

Value Description

server name

Name of NetWare server.

Example
[Networking]
[MS_NWClient parameters]
PreferredServer = NWSERVER1
Comments

The DefaultContext, DefaultTree, and PreferredServer parameters are mutually exclusive.

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