Yes, that is better...
Expect it isn't NetServer doing it, it's NetClient (or QNTC)..
On Tue, Sep 18, 2012 at 5:10 PM, sjl <sjl_abc@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Perhaps I wasn’t clear in what I wrote. I didn't say that Netserver has a
user id and password assigned to it.
Netserver is using the User ID and Password of the IBM i user which is using
the QNTC file system in order to authenticate to the WIndows system.
Is that better?
"Charles Wilt" wrote in message
Netserver doesn't have a user ID and password assigned to it It uses
the user ID and password of the user attempting to use the netserver
Perhaps you're thinking of NFS? That does allow you to specify a user
ID and password when you mount the network share...
I've gotten around the limitations of Netserver by submitting the job
under a special user ID that matches the Windows PC.
On Tue, Sep 18, 2012 at 12:04 PM, sjl <sjl_abc@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
All I am saying is that it matters not the user id which YOU use to sign
to Windows on that PC - what matters is the user ID and password which
NetServer is using to login to that PC.
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