We have a ?LAN without any server Windows OS in it? , so everybody is a client (with fixed IP). The only ?server? we have, is our iSeries i5 (V5R3) with iSeries Access(CA) installed (also on the clients). We cannot ?map drive? the IFS f.e. root with QS6555A8Aroot (or anything else on the iSeries; even not with the iSeries-IP instead of the name) in the Windows Explorer. In the host table the IP is described as ?QS6555A8A?. The iSeries Netserver is correctly configured. Also the file shares are created (or should there always be a share for the root `/? ? ) . What are we missing? The only thing we can do is make a shortcut in our Navigator and have access through this shortcut. But it would be much more comfortable to expand the Windows Explorer-tree with the IFS mapping. Can anybody help us? Thanks in advance.
PS: in earlier days with Viewnow/Rumba (no CA) this was possible in our ?LAN without any?? ?
September 28, 2005 2:49 AM
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