With the Netware client we’re using, we found that when implementing SSO through Safeboot that if a laptop was off our network but on another network (such as home wireless) that the user would get an error regarding the tree or server not being able to be found. It asks the user if they want to continue to logon to NT without logging into Netware. This is happening because normally our users would know to check “Workstation Only” when on another network, but they don’t get this option with Safeboot.
I wrote this tip for the McAfee Community back in November 2008 and thought it would be useful to post here. I do not work for McAfee or for SafeBoot and I’m only posting this because I documented it all out when I was having trouble so that I could fix it in the future and thought it might help someone else. You should complete the steps on a test or proof of concept system and you should always backup any files or registry keys before modifying or deleting them. This information is posted by me alone and does not represent the thoughts of McAfee, SafeBoot, or my employer.