Option 1: Re-run the SecureLogin installation on the affected PCs and choose the Repair option when prompted.
Option 2: Extract the NSSLDP.DLL from the Novell SecureLogin.MSI file and copy it to the SYSTEM32 directory. The steps to extract the files from the .MSI are as follows:
(For simplification purposes, the following steps assume the Novell SecureLogin.MSI file has been copied to the root of C:.)
1) Open a Command prompt
2) Change directory to C:\
3) Type the following command: msiexec /a c:\novell securelogin.msi /qb TARGETDIR=c:\nsl61ext
This will extract all files into C:\NSL61EXT. It is not necessary to create the target directory prior to running the command.
After extracting the files, locate the NSSLDP.DLL in the C:\NSL61EXT\SYSTEM32 directory and copy it to the WINDOWS\SYSTEM32 directory.
StatusReported to Engineering
The data from the debug log displayed as follows:
[File = ss_ndk.c, Line = 1379] LDAP Client Service Requested.
[File = ss_ndk.c, Line = 1387] LDAP Client DLL Load Failure [-821]!!!
Exit Time Stamp = 
===> Exiting NSSSGetServiceInformation: RCode = [NSSS ERROR SERVICE NOT SUPPORTED]<===