You probably are on an earlier version of Client Access.  Try upgrading to
the V3R2 version.
Gary Feinstein
AS/400 Systems Manager
Planet Hollywood Intl.
-----Original Message-----
From: Roger Boucher <RBoucher@stanpac.com>
To: 'MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com' <MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com>
Date: Thursday, March 04, 1999 10:02 AM
Subject: RE: NetServer questions


>Okay, I was trying the below, and I HATE to reveal my severe ignorance,
>but I have never used AS/400 Operations Navigator.  In fact, it took me
>awhile to find it.  So, I opened it, and there is no "network" thing to
>click on.  It shows our two AS/400s, and under that it shows database,
>file systems, etc.  but no "servers".  What am I doing wrong?  Thanks.
>
>Roger Boucher
>Standard Pacific Corp.
>rboucher@stanpac.com
>714-668-4326
>
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Alex Moore [mailto:alexm@ellishosiery.com]
>Sent: Thursday, March 04, 1999 3:41 AM
>To: MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
>Subject: RE: NetServer questions
>
>
>> 2/ In Network Neighbourhood a share by the name of QCA400
>> shows up, which is probably an IBM default share. However, I
>> can't find a library/folder/etc. of that name on the 400.
>> Connection to this share from the clients fail. What's going
>> on.
>To start AS/400 NetServer, follow these steps:
>
>1 In AS/400 Operations Navigator, expand Network.
>2 Expand Servers.
>3 Click TCP/IP to retrieve a list of the TCP/IP servers available.
>4 Right-click AS/400 NetServer and select Start.
>_______________________________________________
>> 1/ How do I create a share on the AS/400? Say for example I
>To create a file share using AS/400 NetServer, follow these steps:
>
>1 In AS/400 Operations Navigator, expand Network.
>2 Expand Servers.
>3 Click TCP/IP to retrieve a list of the TCP/IP servers available.
>4 Double-click AS/400 NetServer.
>5 Right-click Shared Objects and select New and then File.
>6 Click Help if you need more information to complete the fields.
>7 Click OK.
>Above is directly from NetServer Help
>
>Alex A. Moore ~ CIO
>Ellis Hosiery Mills, Inc.
>alexm@ellishosiery.com <mailto:alexm@ellishosiery.com>
>
>
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