Hello Dare,

You wrote:
>I still can not find the computer name.  How do I look for Netserver
>within active jobs (what sbs and what name).

Once you run STRTCPSVR *NETSERVER you should see the QZLSSERVER job
running in the QSERVER subsystem.  If it is not running, then check
QSYSOPR for any NetServer messages, run WRKUSRJOB QPGMR and locate the
QZLSSERVER job and examine its job log.

You may also be interested in our set of commands to manage NetServer and
other stuff.  You can learn more about them at
http://www.flybynight.com.au/oncmd.html

Regards,
Simon Coulter.

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