• Subject: Re: Client Access/PC5250 "weird" error message...
  • From: Neil Palmer <NPalmer@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 05 Sep 1997 19:50:11 -0400
  • Organization: NxTrend Technology - Canada

Chuck Lewis wrote:
> Hello All,
> We have installed literally TONS of PC's with Client Access and PC5250
> with no problems - until now.
> We have some folks onsite at one of our remote facilities and they get
> Client Access installed and select PC5250 and it installs fine and
> they
> get a signon screen. We don't like the default device name that is
> created (it doesn't conform to our standards) so we change it; no big
> deal, click on Communications, Configure and under Workstation ID,
> enter
> the desired workstation ID and save it !
> Well... They TRY THIS and get the following error:
> "PCS ERR 101 Error Locking Global Memory"
> This is at our location in Vancover and the PC's are "Pines" and
> Hewlett
> Rand with 16mb of memory (with another 16mb due to be installed as
> soon
> as it comes in...) running Windows 3.11
> Anybody have ANY ideas on this one ???

Did you try Communications DISCONNECT, Communications Configure, and
then Communications Connect ?
(Probably, as you say you've done this before, but just a guess).  :-)

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