Microsoft KB Archive/168598
Article ID: 168598
Article Last Modified on 10/27/2006
- Microsoft Systems Management Server 1.0 Standard Edition
- Microsoft Systems Management Server 1.1 Standard Edition
- Microsoft Systems Management Server 1.2 Standard Edition
This article was previously published under Q168598
After running the Systems Management Server logon script and the operating system finishes loading, a NetWare client will get the message "Verifying Microsoft Systems Management Server client installation...". This indicates that the client software has not been completely installed.
The Nwnetapi.dll file is missing. This file is a NetWare file, and is not distributed with Systems Management Server.
To work around this problem, obtain the file from your NetWare installation or directly from Novell. The file is available for download from Novell's Internet Web site,
Place a copy of the file on your Systems Management Server site server in the Sms\Site.srv\Maincfg.box\Client.src\X86.bin directory. The Maintenance Manager service will copy the file to each of the NetWare logon servers. When this is done, the clients will download it the next time the Systems Management Server script is run and will then complete the client installation.
When the Systems Management Server logon script is run on the client, it shows the message "Verifying Microsoft Systems Management Server client installation" and then continues with the inventory collection. The operating system finishes loading. If the message "Verifying Microsoft Systems Management Server client installation" appears again, the Systems Management Server client software is not completely installed.
If you examine the [WorkstationStatus] section of the Sms.ini file, you will see the following line:
Also, the [Local] section of the Sms.ini will have the following line:
Additional query words: prodsms win95 win16 wfw
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