• Subject: Re: client access connection
  • From: bdietz@xxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 1 Nov 2000 09:01:36 -0500


Sometime this is caused by an invalid user profile.  It could be an invalid
parameter or if the system was upgraded from CISC
version and the password for the profile had not been changed from the CISC
version(pre v3r1 if I remember right).

Try this CHGUSRPRF   username then press F-4.  Retype the first letter of
the jobd parameter.  If is incorrect
you will get a message on the chgusrprf command.  If that is not it check
the OUTQ parm.



Bryan Dietz




                                                                                
                     
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Hi everyone,
I have a strange problem here with CA that hopefully someone can shed a
little light on. When a certain user tries to connect to our AS/400
(V4R3M0)
using Client Access (V3R2M0) the connection fails with the following:
"CWBLM0020 License manager software error" It is only this one profile that
has a problem, the user can sign onto the 400 (if there has been a
connection established using a different profile) but cannot initiate the
connection succesfully himself. The installation of CA is ok as I have been
able to replicate the same problem on other machines using the profile, I
beleive the problem has to lie with the profile, but where or how ?

thanks

Neil

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