Did you check the logic of your last paragraph?  Is the person submitting 
the RUNRMTCMD, authorized?

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I'm stumped...

I have a PC, that I send commands to, via runrmtcmd, via an *ip connection
with a user name and password...

And it works fine... However, when I try to do a DIR command of a mapped
drive letter, thats mapped to the 400's IFS I get Access denied..

But if I walk over to that PC, I can get to that drive via a DOS prompt or
the Explorer Program...

So the PC is connected... But I'm assuming, the profile of the connected
runrmtcmd call is not authorized to the mapped drives... Is there a way
around this?

Thanks, tim 
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