Map AS/400 drive to Windows98/NT/2000

To map a network drive on a Windows98/NT/2000 to the AS/400 folder, use the "FIND COMPUTER" Utility of Explorer and enter the IP# of the AS/400. Double-click on the IP# that is found. Highlight the desired folder. On the file tab, choose "Map Network Drive" and enter a "Connect As" name. If there is a conflict of credentials, it is probably because the user ID you logged onto the PC is not know to the AS/400, or disabled on AS/400. The mapped drive will appear in the Network Neighborhood Directory. If you get a message "list of servers for this workgroup is not currently available" you should click "OK" several times to get access. Good Luck

This was first published in March 2001

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