Not that hard, really:

- Open Finder
- Find the .HOD file (on my system it's in: <user>/IBM/iAccessClient/Emulator)
- Double click the file; select the program to open it with

Joep Beckeringh


Op 22 aug. 2016, om 21:41 heeft Justin Taylor <JUSTIN@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> het volgende geschreven:

We keep iACS on a NetServer share.

For Windows PC's we:

1. Create a local .HOD file

2. Right-click=>OpenWith and associate it with the NetServer iACS EXE

3. The user can double-click the .HOD file and get a 5250 session


Anyone know how to accomplish the same thing on Mac?
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