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We have recently upgraded from V5R1 to V5R3. For some reason I can see the shared folders on the iSeries with OpsNav but can't access them or map to them from windows. NetServer is running and the permissions are correct. Can anyone help?

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Hi! We will be upgrading to V5R3 Oct 1st. I read a couple of things that affects this area: 1) The conversion – did it take place? and 2) You might want to take a look at page 13 of the Memorandum to users V5R3. You can get this on the internet.

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  • toddio
    We had a somewhat similar problem in V5R1. An upgrade to Citrix caused users to be unable to delete documents from folders. The e-mail from our network administrator was as follows: When we did the network upgrades, I also upgraded the Citrix server with all the latest service packs and hotfixes. I found several articles on the IBM web site that indicate one of the installed hotfixes, KB885835 will cause this problem on Windows 2000 computers. The fix is to install an IBM PTF, V5R1M0: MF34450. PTFs Available R510 MF34450 1000 R520 MF34337 1000 R530 MF34428 1000 I hope this helps!
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  • toddio
    Make sure your V5R3 ptf's are up to date. We had a similar problem in V5R1 that was solved by applying some ptf's.
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