Mystery solved, I believe. We went on to the network of the company acquired us network in 2017. All customer servers stayed in our previous internal network. The windows server lives under our old network. I sign on to our I via the new network. We have a PC we can remote to in our internal network to access the customers servers via Windows. When I remote to that PC, and telnet to the remote I via our I, full access is given to me via QNTC. So as YINZ hinted, it matters where you are originating your sign on to the I. I was under the impression it did not matter where you coming from when you hit QNTC, and it just pushed out a user and password and if it verified it you were golden. But sometimes you just get the bronze, something is happening on that remote server that lowers my access when I come in via the new network.

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