Ok I found this property, but the "Automatically start incoming remote
command" button won't stay checked.  I click on it, but when I go back in to
check on it its unchecked again.  Is this the "always start daemon box" you
guys have mentioned?

Gary Lehman
Programmer Analyst
Missouri Consolidated Health Care Plan

                -----Original Message-----
                From:   Buck Calabro [mailto:mcalabro@commsoft.net]
                Sent:   Thursday, July 09, 1998 11:30 AM
                To:     'MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com'
                Subject:        RE: RUNRMTCMD

                On Thursday, July 09, 1998 10:13 AM, Gary Lehman 
                [SMTP:Gary_Lehman@mail.mchcp.org] wrote:
                > Has anyone used the RUNRMTCMD from their AS400 to run
commands on their
                > pc
                > or a NT server?  If so is there anything special you have
to do to get 
                it
                > to
                > work?  I have tried both the server and my pc and I get an
error that
                > says
                > the remote location is refusing an connect operation.

                Gary,
                  Go to Client Access Properties, click the Remote Command
tab. Add an 
                authorised user.  Then, either check the "always start
daemon" box, or 
                manually run CWBRXD from a DOS window to manually start the
daemon.  To 
                stop it, open another window and run CWBRXDSD.  The PC
output from 
                RUNRMTCMD will go into a spooled file on your 400.  Be aware
that this 
                facility is best used for running DOS batch files; things
that produce 
                little or no output like xcopy, etc.

                Buck Calabro
                Commsoft, Albany, NY
                mailto:mcalabro@commsoft.net

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