Life is too short for the hassles of Client Access.  I have wasted days
(maybe 
weeks) of my time with Client Access.  Unless you need ODBC then use a Telnet 
Client until IBM gets it right.  If they want the AS/400 to be the "Server of 
Choice" then they have spent too long fixing this.

My apologies to any IBMer's on the list.  Present company is, of course, 
excepted from my diatribe. :)

Regards,
Brian L.


-----Original Message-----
From:   David Gibbs [SMTP:david@midrange.com]
Sent:   Saturday, November 22, 1997 10:44 AM
To:     midrange-l@midrange.com
Subject:        CA/400 Woes

Arrrgghhhh!!!!

I'm beginning to HATE Client Access!

I recently had CA/400 (I misremember the version number) installed on my 
home PC so I could access the '400 via our dialup network.

Immediately after the install, I my windows95 system starts complaining
about a "Previous Version" of MSVCRT20.DLL.  Ok, so I'll restore the
version that was in place prior to the CA install (luckily I did a complete
backup of my system before installing CA/400).

It's no longer complaining about the version, but now it will spontaneously
reboot itself (as if the reset button were pressed) for no apparent reason.

I figure it has to be a conflict with another DLL that was installed, but
I can't figure out which one.  Right now I'm restoring my WIN95 directory
with the hopes that the offending DLL will be replaced with the original
version.

david

(sorry about the venting)

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