Running Vista Ultimate, 32-bit.

Installed Novell Client for Vista Public Beta.

I changed the Client config to match the settings for our XP Client32
settings.

I am able to get contextless login to work, but I cannot for the life of
me login to Novell from my host. I'll go into greater details what
problems I am having down below. But before I do, let me just state
that what is really confusing me is that I installed the Novell Client
for Vista onto a Vista VMWare 6 virtual machine, and that has absolutely
no issues logging in.

OK, here is what I have done with the host machine. I have completely
disabled the Vista firewall, but it makes absolutely no difference as
far as I can tell.

I THINK the error message I get at the initial Windows login is the same
as the one I get when I login Workstation Only and then try to login.
I'll check when I am back in the office next week.

I added our scope to the Scope List. I added our two Directory Agents
(though on-campus we do not need to specify this).

If I specify the tree and my context, and type in my credentials, I get
the following error message:
"Internal error0x00008867 occurred. Try again. If the error occurs
again, restart your workstation and try again. If the error persists,
contact your network administrator."

OK, so then I decide to click on the TREES button to browse for a tree.
Our tree name comes up. I double-click it, it returns to the login
screen. My context is then empty. So I click on the Contexts buttons,
and it tells me "Cannot access tree <our tree name>".

Strange ...

So then I go into the TREEs field and change it to the IP of our primary
DA. If I click on Contexts, then I can actually browse our tree! So I
figure I have a workaround for the moment. So I browse through eDir,
select my context, click OK. I put in my password ... same error
message as before. ****it :)

"Internal error0x00008867 occurred. Try again. If the error occurs
again, restart your workstation and try again. If the error persists,
contact your network administrator."

I am guessing there is something to do with SLP but I don't know much
about it. Also, there does not appear to be an slpinfo.exe with the
Novell Client for Vista, so I cannot even troubleshoot that any more.

Anyone have any ideas?