• Subject: [Fwd: Client access question... again]
  • From: "James W. Kilgore" <qappdsn@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 16 Oct 1997 08:52:48 +0100
  • CC: GEEWIZ5846@xxxxxxx
  • Organization: Progressive Data Systems, Inc.

I'm forwarding this to the midrange-l group since I'm not connected to a
AS/400 at this time and can't look up the details.

GEEWIZ5846@aol.com wrote:
> 
> I asked for help the other day on the deja news.  You returned with some
> advice for me.  I am hoping that you can give me some general idea if I am on
> the right track to this CA/Win95/Remote access.
> I did the following.
> Used the connection wizard to configure my connection.
> I double click on the icon for my AS400 connection.  I get the dial
> connection and I dial.  It then shows me that the connection has been
> successful.  Then I get the error message.....  CWBLM0006....  Then it
> disconnects the router....  The error message indicates that there is a
> license management problem.  I thought that CA had an unlimited usage.  We
> have tried this same connection on  a Win3.1 client and it worked.
> Should I be doing something else for my emulation screen?
> Is there anything that I need to check?  BTW We are on V3M7R0 on the AS400.
> 
> Thanks so much
> Geewiz5846@aol.com (J Graver)


I asked for help the other day on the deja news.  You returned with some
advice for me.  I am hoping that you can give me some general idea if I am on
the right track to this CA/Win95/Remote access. 
I did the following.
Used the connection wizard to configure my connection.
I double click on the icon for my AS400 connection.  I get the dial
connection and I dial.  It then shows me that the connection has been
successful.  Then I get the error message.....  CWBLM0006....  Then it
disconnects the router....  The error message indicates that there is a
license management problem.  I thought that CA had an unlimited usage.  We
have tried this same connection on  a Win3.1 client and it worked.
Should I be doing something else for my emulation screen?
Is there anything that I need to check?  BTW We are on V3M7R0 on the AS400.

Thanks so much
Geewiz5846@aol.com (J Graver)




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