At 12:45 07/20/98 -0400, Chuck Lewis wrote:
>I loaded V3R1M2 on the PC and when I took the "reboot PC" option and it
>came back, I had the following message:
>
>Check Version
>
>Your managing system XXXXXX (our system name), is at Client Access
>level: SF41904.
>Your computer is at Client Access service pack level: SF47544.
>
>You can change the service pack level to match your managing system by
>uninstalling the current service pack. Do you want to uninstall the
>current service pack ?

Check Version always prompts you to update if the service pack on the host 
system doesn't match the level of the PC. It doesn't matter which is more 
current. You delete check version from your startup folder and all will be 
well. Just download the service packs off of the web site. Sounds like you're 
just a wee bit behind on your AS/400 PTFs too...

Pete Hall
peteh@inwave.com 
http://www.inwave.com/~peteh/

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