Not as far as I know, Jerry.  When I fire up Windows 2000, it attempts to
log on to my network resources, including my AS/400 shares.  At that point,
I have to enter in the user ID and password I use to access those
resources - they are definitely different than what I use to log on to my
workstation.

It may be a bit of a pain to have to logon twice (or more times, if I shares
to other machines), but I only have to do it when I first fire up the
workstation.

Joe Pluta


> From: Jerome Draper
>
> Have I got this right?
>
> The M$ Windows user id and password must be the same as that on
> the AS400 in order to use Netserver to share files?



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