I think you have it nailed. I checked the history
for Qsysopr and the CPIB682 is showing up for numerous


W. Vance Stanley
Sr. Programmer/Analyst
Devon Energy Corp.

--- Jim Damato <jdamato@dollargeneral.com> wrote:
> > 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:jdamato@dollargeneral.com>
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