Buzz,

Nope the /QNTC file system has always supported any Windows server running
NT(4?)/2K/XP.  Note that Win 9x/ME isn't supported.

Should see the NT 4 box, unless there's a problem with WINS or it's on a
different subnet.

Try doing a MKDIR '/QNTC/nt4svrname'

HTH,
Charles


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Buzz Fenner [mailto:bfenner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
> Sent: Friday, March 12, 2004 11:29 AM
> To: Midrange Discussion
> Subject: QNTC & NT 4.0
> 
> 
> I'm trying to copy a file from an AS/400 to a standalone NT 4.0 box.
> Drilling down the /QNTC tree via OpsNav, I see entries for 
> our integrated
> x-series server, a standalone W2K box, some directories 
> shared from the
> AS/400, and my PC which is running XP Pro.  When reading 
> about the /QNTC
> file system (iSeries Info Center), I get the impression that /QNTC is
> supposed to only support xSeries servers (integrated and/or externally
> connected).  If that's true, the other boxes shouldn't be showing up.
> However, based on what I'm actually seeing, I would expect 
> the NT 4.0 box to
> also show up.  Can anyone explain this?
> 
> Buzz Fenner
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