How can I tell if Padlock is applied?
(Last modified: 10Apr2003)
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How can I tell if Padlock is applied?
How do I determine which GroupWise 5.5 Enhancement Pack version I'm running?
How do I determine if I have the English or the Multilingual GroupWise 5.5 Enhancement Pack?
Novell GroupWise 5.5 Enhancement Pack
Novell GroupWise Padlock fix
There are three main areas of GroupWise to look for the 5.5 Enhancement Pack version:
1. The GroupWise Administrator Snapins
2. The GroupWise Agents and Gateways
3. The GroupWise Client
The Administrator Snapins, the Client and the NT Agents show the version in a four digit format, and the NLM modules show the version in a three digit format that ends with the letter "e" as shown below:
GroupWise 5.5 Enhancement Pack shipping CD:
Snapins, Client, NT Agents 126.96.36.199
NLM Agents and Gateways: 5.52e
Support Pack 1:
Snapin, Client, NT Agents 188.8.131.52
NLM Agents and Gateways: 5.53e
Support Pack 2:
Snapin, Client, NT Agents 184.108.40.206
NLM Agents and Gateways: 5.54e
Support Pack 3:
Snapin, Client, NT Agents 220.127.116.11
NLM Agents and Gateways: 5.55e
The GroupWise Administrator Snapin version is determined by running Nwadmn32 and clicking on Tools | GroupWise Utilities | About GroupWise Administrator. A dialog box comes up showing:
Novell GroupWise Administrator
(Note: This dialog box also shows "Domain Version: 5.5.0" This is not related to the Snapin version. It shows 5.5.0 for all versions of GroupWise 5.5 and GroupWise 5.5 Enhancement Pack.)
The GroupWise Agent and Gateway NLM version is determined by typing MODULES GW* at the server console. This command lists the GroupWise modules such as GWPOA.NLM and GWIA.NLM and shows their version as 5.5xe
The GroupWise Client version is determined by running the GroupWise Client and clicking on Help | About GroupWise. The dialog box shows Program Release 5.5.x.1. An exception to this is if the Padlock fix is applied, which only applies to GW 5.5 EP SP2 or SP3.
For GW 5.5 EP SP2 with the Padlock fix the Client shows 18.104.22.168.
For GW 5.5 EP SP3 with the Padlock fix the Client shows 22.214.171.124.
The NT Agent version is also determined by clicking on Help | About GroupWise. The dialog box shows Program Release 5.5.x.x.
To determine if you have the English or the Multilingual GroupWise 5.5 Enhancement Pack, look in the root of your GroupWise 5.5 EP CD or your GroupWise 5.5 EP Software Distribution Directory.
The English CD has only one Readme file named: ReadmeUS.txt
The Multilingual CD has five Readme files names:
If your GroupWise 5.5 EP Software Distribution Directory doesn't have any Readme files for some reason, look in your <5.5 EP Software Distribution Directory>\AGENTS\NLM\LANGUAGE directory. You have the English code set if this contains only the US files. You have the Multilingual code set if this contains all five language files.
(Search words: SP1 SP2 SP3 MTA POA GWIA Webaccess )
Padlock is applied if you are running with the files below:
GroupWise 5.5 EP SP2
08/19/2000 12:58p 5,386,672 GWENN2.nlm NLM Agents
08/19/2000 12:56p 4,665,344 gwenv1.DLL Client
08/19/2000 12:58p 4,315,648 gwenv1a.DLL NT Agents
GroupWise 5.5 EP SP3
05/25/2001 05:20p 5,389,295 GWENN2.nlm NLM Agents
05/25/2001 11:34p 4,668,416 gwenv1.DLL Client
05/25/2001 06:03p 4,317,696 gwenv1a.DLL NT Agents
04/06/2001 06:12p 5,573,467 gwenn3.nlm NLM Agents
04/07/2001 03:46p 5,693,495 gwenv1.DLL Client
04/06/2001 06:13p 5,804,088 gwenv1a.DLL NT Agents
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- Solution ID: NOVL55800
- Creation Date: 15Aug2001
- Modified Date: 10Apr2003
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