• Subject: Re: PC spool file to AS400 outq
  • From: John Hall <jhall@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 31 Jan 2001 17:22:47 -0500

Are you running Netserver (As400 Support for Windows Networking)?

Go into Operations Navigator

Expand Network

Under network you will find "Servers" - expand that

Under Servers you should find "TCP" - expand that

Under TCP you should find "NetServer" - open this 

Under netserver (should be in a new window) you will see "Shared
Objects" and "Sessions"

Right click on Shared Objects and Create a New printer.

PC - Setup a network printer from the Add Printer Icon just like you
would any other printer.  Use the server name from the NetServer setup
and the share name for the printer you just created.

You may want to get the IBM printer drivers to match or approximate the
printer you are trying to use.
They are on the client access disk

Other than the printer driver you should not need client access on the
PC just windows networking.

I hope this gets you started.

It is also possible to set it up through client access.

It has been long time and a few versions since I did this ...  

Hope this helps

Bruce Collins wrote:
> John, how did you setup your pc to print to AS400 outq. I need to do this.
> Bruce Collins
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