Assuming you want "everyone in your company" who knows how to map a drive
To have access to your shared folder on the 400....yeah.

Personally....I tend to frown on that....and didn't even pursue that as an
option in my case.

 -----Original Message-----
From: []
Sent:   Friday, December 14, 2001 11:57 AM
Subject:        Re: Netserver passwork and windows

If you have guest support enabled, then if the windows user/password does
not match, the guest profile is used for authority to the shared objects.

 Bryan Dietz
3X Corporation
Have I got this right?

The M$ Windows user id and password must be the same as that on the AS400
order to use Netserver to share files?


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