Sign on to AS/400 through Windows 7

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How do I resolve the issue when I try to sign on to the AS/400 thru windows 7 and receive message CWBSY1001 Kerberos Client Credentials Not Found?

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  • djac
    Should Client Access be configured to use Kerberos? If Kerberos is not implemented then it is not possible to use that option. On the Client Access session click 'Communication', 'Properties', in the 'User ID signon information' field doe it have 'User Kerberos prinicpal name, no prompting'? If it does try changing it to 'Use default user ID, prompt as needed' and add the required ID in the 'User ID' field.
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  • TomLiotta
    The User's Guide that installed with iSeries Access lists error messages. You should look there before going out to a forum. The User's Guide has this:
    CWBSY1011
    
    Cause
    The iSeries server connection is configured to use your Kerberos principal name for security authentication. These credentials were not found on your workstation. For Windows workstations, you need to log on to a Windows 2000 or XP domain, in order to obtain Kerberos credentials.
    
    Recovery
    Log off your workstation. Log back onto your workstation, and provide the appropriate domain name.
    Have you followed those instructions? Tom
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