• upload to as/400

    hi, my user can only use client access to upload and download file only (please assume there is only this method), is it possible for me to write a batch file to automate the upload and download. just like ftp, i can always write a script to put all the 'GET' command and trigger the FTP in CLP...

    Boulevard55 pointsBadges:
  • printer hp7580

    thru client access print session setup, iam trying to find out what correct printer type do i select for a hp7580 printer, to select for the client access print session. iam having a problem and i think this is causing it...

    Metro40010 pointsBadges:
  • Client Access V6r1 keyboard locking

    I have upgraded my clients to V6r1, 64 bit, running on a Windows 2008 terminal server. AS/400 is on V5R4. My clients will get the message "The host system has locked the keyboard, See if message appears, wait, or press rest" this doesn't happen all of the time nor is it consistant to certain keys....

    Slhamilton35 pointsBadges:
  • Xing out of an AS400 session

    We have several users who instead of properly signing off the AS400, they simply X out of it. This is causing several problems such as files are being locked. Is there any way I can prevent users from Xing out of an AS400 application?

    GHENDER200 pointsBadges:
  • Cannot install some Client Access components

    This is really interesting. I used to have Client Access V5R2 up and running on my laptop running windows vista. I uninstall it a few weeks ago and try to reinstall it again. But now I cannot seem to be able to install the 5250 emulator and the printer components. I get the following message: "IBM...

    WM460 pointsBadges:
  • Kerberos and client accsess

    We just rolled out Kerberos for our AS400 users and a question came up with EIM is there a way to set up a windows login and then that creates the AS400 user id or reverse it and set up the AS400 user and have that then create the windows exchange login.

    Braz45 pointsBadges:
  • File Transfer to iSeries from Excel 2007

    I am using the iSeries Client Access for V5R4, and trying to transfer an Excel 2007 (.xslx) file. There is no corresponding file type to choose from (only goes up to Excel 2003 (BIFF8). Is there any other way to do this using Client Access

    Badkarma40 pointsBadges:
  • Client Access locally attached printer(??)

    We are on V5R4. I have an end user who had been assigned a printer with an IP address with an outq of the same name. We decided to set her printer up locally, I changed her profile to reflect *WRKSTN for her print dev and left her outq as it was. I then set up an AS400 printer session via client...

    Rmason345 pointsBadges:
  • Client Access color changes not taking effect.

    Does anyone know why changes to the colors on Client Access session don't take effect? I can see the color change in the .ws file, but it doesn't change on the screen.

    Ppresson5 pointsBadges:
  • importing files into AS400 via client access

    I use client access to import files into AS400 files all the time. I'm having a problem with special characters used in foreign cities not importing correctly into AS400. Help!

    DHLSameday185 pointsBadges:
  • Client Access Transfer from PC to AS/400 – Date Fields

    When using C/A to transfer data from .xls to a file on the AS/400, what should the field in a dds be defined as to recieve a date field format: 03/16/09?

    Jdalen5 pointsBadges:
  • Client Access Printers

    change spoolfile to go that printer, it has worked before, looks like it printed but go to printer and nothing.

    Tclark00095 pointsBadges:
  • As400 File Transfer to Windows

    How to transfer an IFS file from the AS400 to Windows using iSeries Client Access for Windows v5r3?

    Kstrawser5 pointsBadges:
  • Client Access AS400

    How to lock the display Session ) name.

    Rdj10 pointsBadges:
  • Automating Client Access

    I would like to automate client access to pull down some data. Is there a way to do this? Can i use windows scheduler to do it if it is possible?

    Auditnewbie5 pointsBadges:
  • iSeries Access disconnecting on Vista

    I work in an environment where most folks use iSeries Access and have no problems. However, my session gets disconnected after only a few minutes of inactivity. Another user also gets disconnected although he has told me that it even disconnected while he was using the session. His PC operating...

    AS400 - Ask the Expert485 pointsBadges:
  • Embedding Picture Files…?

    I know this is pretty far-fetched, but is it possible to embed some kind of picture file as a watermark onto a display file using client access?

    Eric Witham690 pointsBadges:
  • License error CWBLM001

    We are running AS/400 client access v5r4 SP SI29771 on Windows XP SP3. Approx every 4 to 5 weeks users will get an Internal License error CWBLM001. Only fix we have is to give admin rights, open the application, remove rights, and the application opens fine for another 4 to 5 weeks and then we...

    AS400 - Ask the Expert485 pointsBadges:
  • Script to change As400 System Name

    I would like to write a script that a user could run that would change the system name or IP in Client Access? We are changing As400's and have over a 1,000 users that will need to change this setting manually! Does anyone know the file name in Client Access?

    Bwright0810 pointsBadges:
  • Client Access Upgrade v5r3 – v5r4 XLS and Printer file issues

    We are upgrading OS to V5R4 from V5R3. We are leaving Client Access (iseries access) at present level of V5R3. Can anyone clarify expectations or issues that may be encountered. Was told XLS a little different; and may some print file issues.

    Gambitt7150 pointsBadges:

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