think the problem is with client access
order to do this you have to have Netserver configured on the as/400. Then you have to share the drive you
wish to map to (via ops nav).
W2K will actually make mapping the drive easier. This is because Win 9x does not allow
you to change the user id. If
your as/400 and windows user id's are not exactly the same you can map with
Win 9x. W2K will prompt you for a
user id with when mapping a drive.
is can be a real pain. I use the
drive explorer feature in Ops Nav.
I create a short cut down to the actual directory so by clicking on it
I get just the directory I want.
Then moving files from my pc to the as/400 is just as easy as if the
drive were mapped so I could access it via windows
email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Lamar Thomas
Sent: Friday, April 27, 2001 4:25
Subject: mapped drive in W2K
Anyone know if I can
still map a drive to my AS/400 box from within Windows 2000 Pro.? I need
to be able to map it to the AS/400 it self (i.e. \\MYAS400) and not just a
share on the system (i.e. \\MYAS400\SHARENAME). We are running "Client
Access Express" on the workstations.
We used to be able
to do it when we were running NT 4.0 and "Client Access". Thanks for
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