IBM stumper:

Am trying to automate the sign-on process for an Access program that calls a
user DSN to report off of AS400 data.
Client Access is set to "cache password" 
Have tried both the CA connection and the DSN with a default userid.

After signing on the 1st time and having cached the password, the user does
not see a signon box.
After rebooting the PC, the user will get the signon box, but if they escape
off it (not OK or cancel), they receive a connection.

Is there anything I can do to get rid of the sign on box?

Both IBM and an AS400 ODBC pro are a bit stumped so far.


Dale Draper
Sega Enterprises, Inc. (USA)
Dale.Draper@seu.sega.com

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