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Re: client access double sign on



fixed

Bypass signon is indeed what you are looking for.

However, the i has to be configured to allow it.

WRKSYSVAL QRMTSIGN


HTH,
CHarles


On Tue, Mar 25, 2014 at 9:59 AM, Dale Janus <dalejanus@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>wrote:

I am not sure of the correct terms and definitions, but I am trying to
find a way for users to enter their user id and password into the gray
sign on box of client access, and avoid the 5250 green screen sign on menu.

It does not seem to matter if I check bypass sign on and/or auto reconnect.

The windows (xp or 7) password is NOT the ibm i password.

On my PC, I run 5 sessions and the first one or two, I sign in twice.
The last 3 do not require the green screen sign on . I can't find any
parameters that are different and I am guessing the credentials get
cached after the first sign on or something like that. All other users
only run 1 session.

I check ops nav and all I could find there is the ability to change the
user name.

---Dale
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