Issues with key map in Client Acess

10 pts.
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AS/400
Client Access 6.0
iSeries
Windows 7 32 bit, Client Access 6.0. I had issues with shift escape not working but found the privacyiconclient.exe was the issue there. But like I set my end button to do [end of line] or the enter on the 10 key to be enter and it doesn't register any of those changes. I push those keys after changing them and nothing happens.

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windows 7 32bit, client access 6.0
ASKED: September 6, 2012  3:58 PM

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  • TomLiotta
    There is no version 6.0 of Client Access. Look in Start-> Programs-> IBM iSeries Access for Windows-> Properties. Post the version number from there along with the Service level. -- Tom
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