Since you windows user and password do not match you AS/400 userid and
password you are going to have to use the "guest" support in netserver.

Look for  (Guest AS/400 NetServer User Profile  )

Otherwise you can use Ops Navigator to configure it.

 Bryan Dietz
3X Corporation


I am stuck.

I have successfully converted a 400 spooled file to .pdf  using Gumbo
spool-a-matic and can see it in the IFS.  I set up a file share for it but
cannot not map a drive to it because my network ID and 400 ID are not the

I am running Windows 98 (like most users here) and I have read in the
archives that I just will not be able to map drive to the IFS using Windows
98 if my network and AS/400 user ID's differ.

Any suggestions?

Bryan Burns

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