Hello Rob,

You wrote:
>I kind of like looking at it from Op's Nav.  You can easily see which
>ones are started, which ones are configured to autostart when TCP/IP is
>started, what AS/400 jobs are associated with that server, etc.

I kind of like using WRKTCPSVR.  You can easily see which ones are
started, which ones are configured to autostart when TCP/IP is started,
what AS/400 jobs are associated with that server, etc.

Oh, I suppose that remark should have been prefaced by a vendor warning
(or perhaps a dinosaur warning!).

Regards,
Simon Coulter.

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