• Subject: CA/400 for Windows 95/NT 3.1.2
  • From: "Peter Schaefer" <peter@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 21 Nov 1997 15:18:48 EDT
  • Organization: OUAC

We are running CA/400 For Windows 95/NT 3.1.2 on our Windows 95 
machines.  We connect to the AS/400 using an Ethernet connection, MS 
32-bit DLC and NS/Router.

As well, our users need to access a Netware server and the Internet.

We've tried running CA/400 with various versions of Windows 95, and 
various versions of the 32-bit Netware client and TCP/IP.

But we aren't satisfied with the stability of any of the 
configurations.

(OK, OK, we should be using NT or OS/2!)  

Assuming that we want to run Windows 95 on some of our PC's, has 
anyone found a mixture of the various versions of Windows 95, Netware 
client and CA/400 that seems to be stable and reliable??

Thanks. 

 


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  Peter Schaefer                                                              
  Manager Computer/Operations                                    
  Ontario Universities' Application Centre                     
  P.O. Box 1328                                                
  650 Woodlawn Road West                                       
  Guelph, Ontario, CANADA                                      
  Telephone: (519) 823-1940 ex. 226    Fax: (519) 823-5232            
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