I believe with Single Sign on you can do this. It's not officially supported but there is as I recall a procedure IBM has published to connect via QNTC with SSO. Since that IS working with the domain users it should work.

That said I'm pretty certain that if your IBM i User and password match your domain user and password you should still be able to map QNTC. We have done that many times in shops with active directory.

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On 8/12/2016 11:49 AM, Tom L. Deskevich wrote:
A co-worker tells me I cannot connect to a windows server via QNTC because
domain users were setup instead of local users on the windows server.
Anybody have any ideas how to make it work with a domain user?

Thanks.


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