• Subject: RE: client access connection
  • From: "Carley, Neil" <carleyn1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 1 Nov 2000 15:11:35 -0000

Hi Bryan,

Your suggestion fixed the problem perfectly !!

thanks  

Neil
 

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> From: bdietz@3x.com [SMTP:bdietz@3x.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, November 01, 2000 2:02 PM
> To:   MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
> Subject:      Re: client access connection
> 
> 
> 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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>                     "Carley, Neil"
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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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