• Subject: IFS
  • From: Jim Langston <jlangston@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 07 Oct 1999 13:16:18 -0700
  • Organization: Conex Global Logistics Services, Inc.

Okay, my AS/400 is on my network, ethernet TCP/IP.  My NT servers
are on my network, ethernet TCP/IP.  If can FTP, telnet, etc... between
them.  We have Client Access on the AS/400, but I believe it has the
number of client licenses as 0 (at least as far as I can determine) and our
VAR couldn't supply me with the license code (supposedly we bought 10).

I tried to install CA on the NT server and was getting weird errors, my
assumption being no licenses.

Here are my questions:
1.  What part of client access can I install on my PC's without any Client
licenses entered?
2.  How do I install and/or active the IFS?
3.  This Operation manager, I saw once when we were on V3R2M0 a
few years ago, when I had installed Client Access.  Can I install that without
CA licenses installed?

I tried installing CA on the PC using the manual, but to no avail.


Jim Langston

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