What command are you trying to run?
[mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Gary Kuznitz
Sent: Thursday, October 18, 2007 2:27 PM
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Subject: Trying to get Incoming Remote command to work in XP
I'm running into a problem getting the Incoming Remote
command to work in XP.
I have it working fine in '98 so I know the AS/400 side is
I have tested port 512 with Port Detective and it says it's
blocked. Port Detective test the port from the PC to the
outside world. I have put an exception in the windows
firewall to allow port 512 and to allow the program
cwbrxd.exe. I have also turned off the windows firewall.
I have turned off the Client Access Express Remote Command
service and checked to see if any other programs were using
port 512 with a program called Active Ports. It shows
nothing is using port 512.
I have checked with the ISP Road Runner in Southern
California and they say they don't block any ports.
In XP sp2 I have setup a user with Administrative Rights that
the Remote Command is using with the password in all upper case.
In services for "Client Access Express Remote Command I have
set the Log On to use the same Account as the User that the
remote command is using with the password in all upper case.
I have added the user in Control Panel, Administrative Tools,
Local Security Policy, User Rights Assignment:
Act as part of the operating system
Create a token object
Create permanent shared objects
Increase scheduling priority
Log on as a batch job
Log on as a service
Log on locally
Replace a process level token
I have taken the remote command and run it from a command
line with the same user. It runs fine.
I have tried logging in under the same user and running the
Remote Command. It hangs.
I am not getting any error in V4r4 running Client Access
Express V5r1 with the latest service pack. The system is
waiting on a timed wait.
I can understand it not connecting with port 512 blocked. I
can't understand what is blocking port 512 unless Road Runner
isn't giving me the true scoop.
I have also tried this on a different ISP - Megapath.net.
Port 512 is still blocked.
What else could be blocking port 512 in XP?
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