"Message from [servername] to [windows username] on 07/05/2008 at 9:11:17. CPIB68A: No user profile found for user [windows username]"
My first thought was that the client needed configuring either via the iSeries Navigator or alternatively through the terminal emulator; setting my default id to be my IBM user id rather than my windows id.
This had no effect, so I don't really know where to go from here.
If the user in Windows is not known to the iSeries (i.e does not exist ) you get an error. You can change the properties in iSeries Navigator to use another form of user signon (e.g., Default AS/400 user with prompting as needed).
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