We are having a frustrating problem with some newer computers we are
installing where the login screen will come up and if you try to log in
right away, you will receive a tree or server could not be found error. If
you wait about 5-10 seconds and try again, it will allow you to log in with
no problem.

The impression I get is that the NWGINA screen will appear before Windows
XP is fully initialized. That's just a hunch, though, I do not understand
the real problem.

This is the environment:
Windows XP SP2 (Disabled Win Firewall & McAfee for troubleshooting)
Netware 6.5 SP4
eDirectory 8.7.3.7 SMP
Client 4.91 SP2 (just upgraded from SP1 trying to fix this problem)

Output of SLPINFO /ALL:
************************************************** ***
*** Novell Client for Windows NT ***
*** Service Location Diagnostics ***
************************************************** ***

SLP Version: 4.91.0.1
SLP Start Time: 1:00:06pm 2/6/2006
Last I/O: 1:00:39pm 2/6/2006
Total Packets: Out: 7 In: 4
Total Bytes: Out: 448 In: 179


SLP Operational Parameters Values
------------------------------- ------------
Static Scopes NO
Static Directory Agents YES
Active Discovery NO
Use Broadcast for SLP Multicast NO
Use DHCP for SLP YES
SLP Maximum Transmission Unit 1400 bytes
SLP Multicast Radius 32 hops


SLP Timers Values
------------------------------------- ------------
Give Up on Requests to SAs 15 seconds
Close Idle TCP Connections 5 minutes
Cache SLP Replies 1 minutes
SLP Default Registration Lifetime 10800 seconds
Wait Before Giving Up on DA 5 seconds
Wait Before Registering on Passive DA 1-2 seconds


Scope List Source(s)
---------------------------------------- ------------
<unscoped>
DEFAULT DA


DA IP Address Source(s) State Version Local Interface Scope(s)
--------------- --------- ----- ------- ---------------
---------------

xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx CNFG UP SLPV2 xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx DEFAULT


Local Interface xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
---------------------------------
Operational State: UP
Operating Mode(s): STATIC-DA,NO-ACTIVE-DISCOVERY
SA/UA Scopes: <unscoped>,DEFAULT
Last I/O: 1:00:39pm 2/6/2006
Total Packets: Out: 7 In: 4
Total Bytes: Out: 448 In: 179
Last Addr Out: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Last Addr In: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx