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I have a menulet that is being displayed that I haven't noticed in the past (picture attached - it looks like a bare tree). It doesn't do anything when clicked on; I can't move it or remove it. Can someone tell me what it is, where did it come from and how do I get rid of it (assuming it's something I don't want or need)?

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Have you tried command+dragging it off the bar?
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Yes - that's what is odd - it doesn't respond to anything.

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You should be able to find it in System Preferences - and discover what it is - as well as have it not display. If it were me I'd want to know what it was first - and make sure it's not in your startup items.

I'm sure someone on here will recognize the icon.
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As it turns out - this is the menulet icon for Netware Browser. Netware Browser is an application that allows the Mac to "mount" a volume from a Novell native file system.

Thanks to those of you who made suggestions of what to look for....

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