YES!  V5R1M0 CA reads the system it's attaching to, and adjusts to the
down level system as needed.
        I had V5R1 CA for months before I upgraded the server.  Worked
just peachy - many of the neatening up of Operations Navigator come in
handy when dealing with IFS objects...

>Message: 11
>Subject: Client Access.. V5R1M0 and V4R5M0...concurrent
>Date: Thu, 27 Dec 2001 10:47:13 -0800
>From: "Graves, Chuck" <cgraves@roddapaint.com>
>To: <midrange-l@midrange.com>
>Reply-To: midrange-l@midrange.com
>
>I have two (2) AS/400's...a 170 and a 620.  The 170 has been upgraded
to
>V5R1M0.  The 620 is at V4R5M0.  If I upgrade my PC with the new V5R1M0
>Client Access....WILL I BE ABLE TO CONNECT TO MY 620?



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