• Subject: Re: Client Access Network drives...
  • From: Glenn Gundermann <ggundermann@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 26 Mar 1999 13:26:00 -0500
  • Organization: Ronald A. Chisholm Limited


Make sure any anti-virus program is NOT running at the time.  If it was when you
did the initial install, I would un-install and re-install again.

After it is installed, go into Selective Setup (Client Access Accessories 
and check that the components you want are installed.  Sounds like you just have
the base components.

Glenn Gundermann
Ronald A. Chisholm Limited

PhaniHR wrote:

> Hello,
> I'm sure this might have been answered many times.. I think I've forgot the
> answer. I have installed ClientAccess V3R1M2. I am able to connect to the
> system without any prob.. I am able to see only the printers in the network
> neighborhood. Not getting QDLS and other directories.. I thought something
> wrong in my installation and reinstalled CA/400,  but the problem still
> exists..
> any pointers please...
> Thanks in advance,
> Phani

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