Which job serve the IFS conection?

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Hi, I know that the SQL connection is managed by the job QZDASOINIT, I would like to know which is the job that manage the IFS connection through UNC path ? I mean if my server name is : server050.domain.lab and I put that UNC path into a windows which is the job that actually receives the request into my iSeries ? thanks :)

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  • TomLiotta
    I assume that "into a windows" is a typo, and that you meant something like a Windows command line or Explorer address box. In that case, the connection would be handled by NetServer. The job would be QZLSSERVER. However, access to the IFS file would be processed through the *FILE host server. At V5R4 and later, the *FILE host server job would be QZLSFILE if for older MS networking connections such as with Windows 2000 and QZLSFILET for later Windows networking such as with Vista and Windows 7. -- Tom
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  • GraceP
    Thanks Tom, yeah I wanted to mean "into a explorer address box" 
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