> Vance: >What would cause someone to be >able to login into the 400 side but not be able to >authenticate when trying to map for instance QDLS off >of the IFS side? It's possible for a user to disable Netserver login without disabling 5250 login. You should see message CPIB682 in QSYSOPR and QHST: User profile xxxxxxx disabled for AS/400 Support for Windows Network Neighborhood access. When you try to connect to an IFS drive the PC will automatically try to authenticate using the network i.d. and password you used when you booted or logged in the PC. If the password is different than the AS/400 password it will disable the Netserver login. NT lets you prompt for user name and password, but Windows 9x requires that your network and AS/400 i.d. and password match. If you change the network password to match the AS/400, you can re-enable the user by performing a CHGUSRPRF USRPRF(xxxxxxx), without specifying any parameter changes. -Jim James P. Damato Manager - Technical Administration Dollar General Corporation <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>
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