Dave,

You didn't mention if the users were working in CA when it booted them
out or if they had their connection minimized and were working on
another project.  I know we have our AS400 set to disconnect users after
a certain amount of time if they are not currently working in a session.
We have to do this for auditing purposes, but it could be the case for
your friends AS400 system.  The parameters are set on the AS400 and they
override the desktop settings.

Hope this helps.

Melenie Weaver
Information Services
Citrus County Schools

-----Original Message-----
From: DWillenborg@jcrob.com [mailto:DWillenborg@jcrob.com]
Sent: Tuesday, March 23, 1999 3:26 AM
To: MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
Subject: Client Access


A friend of mine that doesn't subscribe to the list but soon will be,
has
a Client Access problem.

He is on V4R3, CA 3.2, using PCs with Windows 98 using  TCPIP thru an
ethernet  connection to the AS/400. The PTFs are current as is the
service
packs.

Numerous times during the day, the connection to the AS/400 is dropped
and
the users have to sign back on the system.

I have basically the same situation but am using Windows 95 and don't
have
any problems.

My question is, where should we start looking for possible problems and
solutions?

Dave Willenborg
MIS Manager
J. C. Robinson Seed Company
dwillenborg@jcrob.com
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