|Data type||Range||Default value|
|REG_DWORD||0x0 - 0x3 | 0x800||0x3|
Determines whether logon scripts are enabled or disabled by default. This entry applies to users the first time they log on.
Once they have logged on, administrators can use GSNW in Control Panel to enable or disable logon scripts.
|0x0||Logon scripts are disabled.|
|0x1||Logon scripts are enabled only on bindery servers.|
|0x2||Logon scripts are enabled only on Novell Directory Services (NDS) directories.|
|0x3||Logon scripts are enabled on both bindery servers and NDS directories.|
|0x800||Logon scripts enabled and are in debugging mode.|
This entry is a bitmask. Bit 1 enables logon scripts on bindery servers. Bit 2 (10 binary) enables logon scripts on NDS servers. To enable logon scripts on a type of server, set the bit for that server type to 1. To turn debugging mode on, set bit 12 (10000000000, or 0x800).
The DefaultLocation and DefaultScriptOptions entries let you set default values for the preferred server and logon script client options. When both of these entries appear in the registry with valid values, the system supresses the Select NetWare Logon dialog box that requests this information from the user. Otherwise, the dialog box appears each time a user logs on until they select a preferred server.
This entry is used only when the DefaultScriptOptions entry appears in the registry with a valid value. Otherwise, the entry is ignored and the system requires a user to specify their logon script options on the Select NetWare Logon dialog box.