Thanks for your help, Scott, but this is not some kind of practical joke.
Excuse my ignorance about the implications of your suggestions that would
require an HHTP server to be configured. That's not an option for me. I
think I explained that earlier but this thread got moved between forums and
maybe that got lost. This solution has to be as plain vanilla as possible
as I can not control such additional configuration as HTTP servers or
specialized settings in Client Access.
I appreciate your help but I guess I'm stuck with STRPCCMD.

Best Regards,

Thomas Garvey

P.S. No I didn't use 'whatever' in the URL. For the sake of clarity in
these e-mails I just copied your original line from your note.

-----Original Message-----
From: midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Scott Klement
Sent: Friday, September 12, 2008 12:24 AM
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Subject: Re: Any experience with RUNRMTCMD?

Did you configure the HTTP server on your i? (Or whatever 192.168.0.3
happens to be?) Did you really use "whatever" as part of the URL?

Is this some kind of a practical joke?

Thomas Garvey wrote:
OK, I don't know what could be wrong, but that (STRPCCMD
PCCMD('rundll32 url,FileProtocolHandler
http://192.168.0.3/whatever/stitch.pdf')) doesn't work either. It
does start the browser, but then I get the 'Internet Explorer can not
display the webpage' window. It's not my connection to the web, or
the VPN I'm working on, since I can reach the web and the systems on the
VPN.

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