how to enable 98 logon screen

Discussion in 'Windows Networking' started by jimb, Aug 5, 2003.

  1. jimb

    jimb Guest

    I have a 98 pc that operates perfectly on my network.
    total lan and wan connection, drives map, internet works,
    applications work, pc anywhere works, but the only problem
    is that the logon screen Never appears after a reboot. It
    just instantly maps the drives and puts you at the desktop.

    I have installed and reinstalled Client For Microsoft
    Networks logon and still it refuses to prompt a logon
    after reboot. I can however boot the pc <which places me
    on the desktop> and then logoff, which then displays the
    logon screen, so it does work, just not after a boot.

    Any suggestions?????
     
    jimb, Aug 5, 2003
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  2. jimb

    Sam Guest

    Install DS Client for Windows 98 found under I386 folder
    in Windows 2000 server.
     
    Sam, Aug 5, 2003
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