I removed the open call from the article. First of all, it is off topic as it is a client issue. Secondly, if people want support, they should post their support questions in the Support Forums. This is however just my personal opinion. Here is the original etxt I removed:
OPEN CALL Blue screen at Novell login
We are running W2K with Novell client 4.9, and we are using LDAP contextless login. Normally, a user will type their username, then tab or click down to the password field, and there is a slight delay as LDAP looks up the username. I have noticed that if the user types their name incorrectly and moves down to the password field, an error message is displayed, saying the user was not found in the tree. Then, when the user types their name correctly, and moves to the password field, the computer blue screens. Any ideas? Thanks!
HELP ME:How can I limit some ldap users to log in my computer?
I enabled the ldap authentication in my computer, but unfortuntely, all ldap users can log in my computer. I can't
bear that! As a matter of fact, I only want to allow some of the ldap users can login. How can I achieve my goal: let some ldap users can log in my computer, while the other can't?