I have a strange problem with my Laptop importing itself into any tree
that it happens to see. As we have many customers with either Zen4 or
Zen65 installed, any time when I visit them and connect my laptop to
their LAN, my workstation imports itself into the tree. The registry
keys for the Workstation manager should look like this:

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Novell\Workstation Manager\Identification]
"Preferred Connection"="192.168.x.y"
"Workstation Object"="CN=MyLaptop.OU=WSContext.O=MYOffice"
"Workstation ID"="abc1234....."

But when I visit customer A my workstation imports itself into their
tree and the reg keys look like this:

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Novell\Workstation Manager\Identification]
"Preferred Connection"="192.168.y.x"
"Workstation Object"="MyLaptop.OU=WSContext.O=CUSTOMER_A"
"Workstation ID"="def4567......"

If I then go to Customer B the keys look like this:

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Novell\Workstation Manager\Identification]
"Preferred Connection"="192.168.y.x"
"Workstation Object"="MyLaptop.OU=WSContext.O=CUSTOMER_B"
"Workstation ID"="aed1579......"

When I return to my office, the laptop reimports into my home tree
again. This wouldn't be a problem if there weren't the danger of NAL
packages being assigned to the default workstation import container and
my laptop receiving undesired installations....

Has anyone else seen this problem? I've talked to Novell support about
this and according to them this doesn't happen (yeah, I know, big
help...). I saw the problem when we were running Zfd4+ and it is still
there under Zfd65sp1b. My laptop is configured with the latest Zen6.5
agents, but still responds to Zen4+ import services. I've installed the
zen agent with the "use only one NAL tree" switch defined to my home
tree, but this doesn't solve the problem. My other workmates have also
noticed the same problem (so I'm not he only one who has this problem
that doesn't exist...). I realize that most workstations do not migrate
physically between LANs like we do, but I was of the opinion that if a
Workstation Manager is configured to listen to a single tree, it was
supposed to ignore ZEN stuff coming from another tree. The import
service seems to ignore this and grab hold of any WS that has compatible
zen agents installed.

Has anyone an idea how to keep my laptop faithfull to my home tree?.