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Last night, just before leaving the office, I deleted my OS400x servers and
recreated my named servers.  Verified that everything was okay, opened a
source member on each system, closed up shop, disconnected my ThinkPad and
went home.  This morning I arrived at the office (5 mins early, you may be
on to something here Reeve), plugged in my laptop and attempted to open the
top member from my recently used list and got "server not found."  Because
overnight, while I slept, the servers reverted back to OS400x again.  The
ThinkPad hadn't been rebooted (hibernating), the 400 just hummed along, but
the servers changed.

What the $%^&?????

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From: Reeve Fritchman []
Sent: Thursday, October 10, 2002 9:17 AM
To: Wdsci-L@Midrange. Com
Subject: [WDSCI-L] Missing servers...

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Happy birthday to named servers have vanished again and I'm back to
OS400A, OS400B, etc.  Didn't do a thing this time except think bad thoughts
and show up early...sigh...

Forget world peace and whorled peas...just give me some stable AD tools less
than 20 years old...


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