Microsoft's Client Access and IBM's Client Access are two different animals and shouldn't be confused with one another.
Guy Murphy - FACTS system
University of Illinois
From: Jim Langston [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, October 04, 1999 1:44 PM
Subject: Re: Green Screen access for customers - suggestions??
Let me see, we have client access with 10 licenses. I want 5250 emulation
for PC users, so do I go give Microsoft something like $6000 for 150 (unlimited,
$400 license last I heard) licenses, or do I pay $250 to Mochasoft.
Talk about pricing yourself out of the market.
Roger Pence wrote:
> I ask IBM directly the other day what, if any, CA/400 licensing issues exist
> if an organization wants to deploy CA/400 on desktops of non-employee users.
> IBM's answer was that as long as the distribution keeps you within your
> licensed number of CA/400 seats, "we don't care how widely our customers
> distribute our Client Access code."
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