Some vista stuff...

24191806, Mixed-Case Passwords Fail with R510 and Up IBM AS/400 NetServer
and IBM iSeries NetServer at QPWDLVL 0, 1:
o Determine whether a Windows NT/2000/XP (or above) service (for example,
the RUNRMTCMD command or Windows Scheduler) is being used to access a
mapped drive. IBM Support recommends using a UNC path rather than a mapped
drive if a service is being used.
o If the PC is running Windows XP, note that XP is not formally supported
with iSeries NetServer until the R520 operating system. For additional
information, refer to the following Web site:

http://www.ibm.com/servers/eserver/iseries/netserver/v5r2whatsnew.htm

If the PC is running Microsoft Windows Vista, note that Vista is not
formally supported with iSeries NetServer until the R540 operating system.
For additional information, refer to the following Web site:

http://www.ibm.com/systems/i/software/netserver/releases.html
o Windows XP has encryption problems that can prevent user IDs and
passwords from being correctly passed to the operating system. For
additional information, refer to the following Rochester Support Center
knowledgebase document:

30470547, Windows XP Prompts Repeatedly for a User ID When Mapping a
Drive:
o Kerberos fails with Windows Vista. Refer to APAR SE31245 .

Rob Berendt

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