• Subject: Re: WinNT and AS400 IFS via TCP
  • From: John Hall <jhall@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 02 Jan 2001 15:25:03 -0500

"Roger Vicker, CCP" wrote:
> John,
> Tried that but the system doesn't even have a VXD/VNETSUP under the rest of 
> tree.
> This is straight TCP/IP. CAE is not even loaded on this WinNT PC.
> Roger Vicker, CCP

Yes this would be straight TCP - We have had this problem connecting to
old versions of SAMBA on a linux server.  Nothing to do with AS400 at
all - but you said hints were welcome and Network neighborhood is the
equivalent of samba.  The original microsoft networking protocol did not
use encrypted passwords.  The version of samba we were running at the
time did not provide this service either.  The later versions of M$
default to encrypted passwords - this was the cause of our problem.  The
registry entry I gave you is for WIN98 - don't know what it would be for
NT.  Maybe this will give you a place to start looking though. 

John Hall
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