There was a recent thread about this - you have to let Active Directory know about your IBM i being a trusted server - something like that - for Windows file sharing.

Do a search in the lists for QNTC, recent posts. And maybe call IBM support - they should be able to help you get it set up.

This isn't really an EIM issue, as I recall - it is about forwarding tickets - I think that was in the latest thread.


On 4/17/2014 10:10 AM, Justin Taylor wrote:
We're using IBM's Enterprise Identity Mapping (EIM) single-signon (SSO). I have one user who's getting a CPD3E3F (minor status code x'96C73A8B') when she tries to access QNTC via a PC5250 session. QSYSINC/H,KRB5 says that status code means KRB5_CC_BADNAME, but I'm not sure what to do with that info. The user connects to PC5250 with the SSO just fine, she just can't access QNTC. I've eliminated the PC as the problem because other users can access QNTC.

Anyone have any idea where I can go from here?

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