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What is CSNW???

by mirzahat / April 15, 2006 8:05 PM PDT

Hello,
when I open up my Control Panel, I can find a special icon "CSNW"? When I open it, it opens up a panen "Client Services for NetWare". I never installed that and cannot remove it!
I also changed the appearance of my shut down window.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Mirza

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go to this site
by Basket628 / April 15, 2006 9:01 PM PDT
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helped, but not complete...
by mirzahat / April 15, 2006 9:56 PM PDT
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Hello,
first of all thanks, but this was not complete. To get rid of CSNW, you must uninstall the NetWare protocol.

Regards,
Mirza

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CSNW
by Amos16 / April 16, 2006 2:41 AM PDT
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Hi - CSNW is one of the features that Windows installs on your control panel, just in case you might need it one day. I have had it there as long as I can remember, I do not bother it and it does not bother me. Nor does it take up any space. Why should you care? Amos.

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why concerned?
by umarzuki / September 11, 2009 6:24 PM PDT
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it made one (tech guy) looks like a complete idiot in front of managerial staff when he/she cannot find the solution and also, it is as if we were forced to accept such condition blindly and no easy way to remove it especially when i cannot change login method to default xp style.

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Did you notice the date
by MarkFlax Forum moderator / September 11, 2009 10:24 PM PDT
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of this discussion? At 2006, I don't suppose the original poster is too concerned now.

Did you have a question or problem you need help with?

Mark

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