Ramblers are pruned by taking out large stems that have flowered and allowing the new stems to replace them and this can be done at any time after flowering. Ramblers flower on shoots made the previous year.
Climbers are pruned by shortening back the flowered shoots to where they arise on the old maon stem, where new flowering shoots will be produced in the year of flowering. They can be pruned when floweirng has finished which can be quite late for a repeat-flowering variety.
So no damage is done by pruning in November.