But if your job always runs under QTMHHTP1, then you might just add a
user named QTMHHTP1 to the Windows machine (with the same password that
he has on i5/OS) and give him access to the appropriate directories on
the Windows machine...

Does QTMHHTP1 have a password? I was thinking it didn't...

Don't have the authority to check here...

Charles Wilt
Software Engineer
CINTAS Corporation - IT 92B


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