This ties into the thread that I'm having an issue of the machines
getting flipped to the Windows login instead of the Novell login.

I had posted a thread in the client forum about it initially and they
suggested that I might want to check the box that says Display Zenworks
Authentication Dialog.

Here's why I didn't check it when I set up the policy.

I'm running client32 4.9sp2.

If you read the help for that check box it says..

Display ZfD Authentication Dialog Check this check box if you want the
ZENworks for Desktops Authentication dialog box to display during
startup. With both the Novell Client and the ZENworks Management Agent
installed, the login screen might vary:
If the Novell Client version 4.83 SP1 (or earlier) is installed on the
workstation (even with the ZENworks Management Agent installed), the
Novell Client login screen will always display.

If the Novell Client version 4.83 SP2 (or later) is installed on the
workstation, the ZENworks for Desktops Authentication dialog box will
always be displayed instead of the Novell Client login screen.

Well to me that says, I'm going to get the Zen login rather than Novell
client login because I have a version higher than 4.83sp2 and that's not
what I want.

Can someone check upstream and find out if this is accurate?

Also on the same page it says...


The ZENworks for Desktops Management Agent policy lets you configure
the ZENworks Management Agent. The ZENworks Management Agent lets you
use ZENworks for Desktops 4.x without using the Novell ClientTM. The
ZENworks Management Agent lets users access the Middle Tier server using
a DNS name or IP address. In order to use the ZENworks for Desktops
Management Agent policy, you must have the ZENworks Management Agents
installed; you cannot use this policy in an environment that has only
the Novell Client installed. For more information, see the ZENworks for
Desktops 4.0.1 Installation Guide.

I'm running 6.5 and my snapins are 6.5, I'm guessing they didn't update
the documentation? Something they might want to address to cut down on
confusion.