I just pushed out a Zenworks NAL application that installs the Groupwise 7.1 client. After rebooting a few machines, the following error popped up when trying to run the GW 7.1 client:
“ccw32.dll cannot be found”
According to TID 1009508, the NMAS client is the culprit. I verified the TID was correct in renaming the c:\windows\system32\nwsso.dll fixes the problem.
I then created a simple NAL app that deletes the nwsso.dll file, then made the GW7.1 client installer dependent on it. By the way, the nwsso.dll is a part of Single Sign On (SSO), a component of the Novell Client software.
Here’s my NAL app, based upon TID 3240416:
- Create a simple Zenworks NAL app, then view the app’s properties
- On the Distribution Options tab, select Application Files. Click the Add button and select File. Check the Target File to be Deleted box.
- In the target box, type %systemroot%\system32\nwsso.dll
- On the app’s Association tab, select the workstation(s) objects or workstation OU you’d like this application to run on.
- On the Associations tab, check the force run box next to the objects you associated the app with in step 5.
- Reboot the workstation, and you should find the nwsso.dll missing.