This is almost always the case in our environment.

 Usually, When I access the IFS it gives me a prompt
for my 400 userid and passwrd.  In the case of some
users it won't work. They can get into the as400 just
fine but they can't get into the IFS. The do have
directory entries...


--- Fritz Hayes <fhayes@spiritone.com> wrote:
> Often this is because the Windoze user ID and
> password is different than
> the 400 user ID and password.  Is this the case?
>
>
> Best Regards
>
> Fritz Hayes
> Atwater Associates
> <snip>
> |
> |  Here is something curious that I have seen
> happening
> |on our system (V5r1).  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?
>
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