You have to start NetServer on the 400. If you can map a network drive to the 400, it's just like your local PC. You don't need iSeries (Client) Access, really, you can start NetServer on the 400, and there's a tool in V5R2 in QUSRTOOL, starts with TZLS*, that gives you a green-screen interface to managing NetServer. Or just put OpsNav on the PC and be done with it.

HTH
Vern

At 04:10 PM 1/23/2004 -0500, you wrote:
Can Quickbooks 2004 Premier Edition use the AS/400 as a file server? If yes, what is required to be running on the /400 side? TIA.

-mark



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