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How to use Novell Login Command Line Options
Formerly KB 2923763
Novell Client 4.6 SP2 for Windows NT
Novell Client 3.01 for Windows 95/98
Novell Client 3.02 for Windows 95/98
Novell Client 3.1 for Windows 95/98
Command line options for Novell Login utilities for the following platforms:
DOS (command line)
OS/2 (command line)
Purpose: To gain access to the network.
Syntax: LOGIN | LOGINW31 | LOGINW95 | LOGINWNT [[Server | Tree]/][Username] [/options] [%n variables]
NOTE: UI means "User Interface"
/P(=)scriptName profile override (specify object name of profile object to use)
/S(=)scriptName script file override (specify a path\filename; no other scripts are executed)
/B bindery login
/CONT continue, do not show initial UI (Not in command line versions, only in Windows versions)
/SI simple login UI (Not in command line versions, only in Windows versions)
/TR service name is a tree name instead of a server name
/NA do not re-login, just run script (Not in NetWare 4.x command line versions, only in Windows versions and NetWare 3.x command line versions)
/NS do not run script, just attach
/NB do not display banner (none is displayed in Windows login)
/RDF /PERM restore default / permanent connections (Windows 3.1 only)
/PWD(=)password supply password to UI (Not in command line versions, only in Windows versions)
/CLS clear screen before script results, after login phase
/A display advanced (all tabs) on UI (Not in command line versions, only in Windows versions)
/SWAP(=path) swap login to extended/expanded memory, current directory or specified drive:directory when running external script commands (only DOS command line version)
/NOSWAP do not swap login to extended/expanded memory or current directory when running external script commands (only in DOS command line version)
If you want to login without user intervention (no login prompt), search the Novell Knowledgebase for AutoLogon or AutoLogin (for Windows 95 Login) and AutoAdminLogon (for Windows NT Login) for more information.