Tom, The info below is from the V5R2 InfoCenter: http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/iseries/v5r2/ic2924/info/rzai8/rzai8instal l.htm Hopefully it's close enough to your version. Regards, Andy Nolen-Parkhouse <quote> Install BRMS Before you install BRMS, you should first ensure that your iSeries server and PC meet the hardware and software requirements. Then, follow these steps to install the BRMS plug-in to iSeries Navigator: 1 Right-click Network Neighborhood or My Network Places on your desktop and select Map Network Drive.... 2 For the path or folder, specify the following: \\system-name\qibm where system-name is the name of the iSeries NetServer. 3 Click OK. 4 Double-click Selective Setup in the iSeries Access for Windows folder. 5 Click Next on the Selective Setup panel. 6 Click Browse on the Selective Setup Options panel. 7 On the Choose Folder panel, select the drive mapped to system-name\qibm and click OK. 8 Click Next on the Selective Setup Options panel. 9 If you see the Components Cannot Be Installed panel and Backup, Recovery and Media Services is not shown, click Next. If BRMS is listed on this panel, it is already installed and you can click Cancel to end the installation. 10 Select Backup, Recovery and Media Services on the Component Selection panel. 11 Click Next on the Component Selection panel. Backup, Recovery and Media Services should be on the list of components to be added on the Start Copying Files panel. 12 Click Next on the Start Copying Files panel. The files start being copied to your PC. 13 Select whether you want to view the README file and add the program folder to your desktop on the Install Completed panel. Click Next after you make your selections. 14 Click Finish on the Setup Complete panel. </quote> > Behalf Of McGivern, Tom > Subject: RE: [CPF0000] BRMS plug-in to ops_nav > > I think you're on the right path to help me... > When I do that, and issue the re-scan, it comes back with none listed.. > (I hear the HD go nuts for a bit), so I suspect It's looking on my pc, > vs the iSeries. > > Do I need to map an IFS directory as one of my drives, in order for the > rescan to find it? > If so, do you know the path I should map?
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