• Subject: RE: Does Netserver do this???
  • From: "Urbanek, Marty" <Marty_Urbanek@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 26 Jan 2001 14:16:29 -0500


Netserver will do that. You can use any of the standard Windows ways of
locating the AS/400, but to make it easiest for users you will probably want
to have your Netserver name added to your company's DNS and/or WINS servers.

You will have some authority considerations also. If you want "*public"
access (w/o user id on 400) you will have to set up a guest profile and tell
Netserver about it. Otherwise, appropriate user profiles will have to exist
on 400.

Info on all this is in the Info Center at

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