They are in the root of "Root" (not QDLS)

Since posting someone here found this that looks like these are old versions of Client Access

http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/iseries/v5r1/ic2924/books/c415721418.htm

Windows 3.1 Client (5763-XC1)
QPWXCWN Client Access - Windows 3.1 SBCS
QPWXCRB Client Access - Windows 3.1 RUMBA SBCS
QPWXCPC Client Access -Windows 3.1 PC5350
QPWXCGY Client Access - GraphicOps for Windows
QPWXCGA Client Access - Graphic Access
QPWXCSO Client Access - SysObject Access

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From: midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Vern Hamberg
Sent: Wednesday, June 08, 2011 8:42 AM
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Subject: Re: IFS folders

Mike

Are these off the root, or in some directory under root? Are they DLO folders?

Our v5r3 box has none of these off root, nor in /QDLS. Same with our
v5r1 box.

Vern

On 6/7/2011 3:11 PM, Mike Cunningham wrote:
Does anyone know for sure if these IFS folders can be deleted? I think they are a very old version of Client Access that use to get loaded to the IFS. We have never installed Client Access from the IFS.

QMAC (This one only has a folder named RESOURCE and nothing else)
QPWXCGA QPWXCGY QPWXCPC QPWXCRB QPWXCSO QPWXCWN QSR (this one is
empty)

If these can be removed is it just deleting the folder or do we need to uninstall a program product? We do have these products installed
5769XY1 V4R1M0 Client Access Base Family
5722XW1 V5R4M0 IBM eServer iSeries Access Family
5722XE1 V5R4M0 IBM eServer iSeries Access for Windows
5722XH2 V5R4M0 IBM eServer iSeries Access for Web
5722XP1 V5R3M0 IBM eServer iSeries Access for Wireless
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