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Remote Access to iSeries Get Started
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Shahar Mor, iSeries/i5 PC/Windows connectivity expert, has been answering Search400.com's member questions for more than five years. Shahar has seen many of the same issues and concerns asked again and again. Therefore, we've compiled the top 10 ... Continue Reading
What do you do when you need to encrypt information flowing between iSeries servers and desktops? Here are a couple ideas. Continue Reading
An ITKE member recently was looking for some information on the best way to execute a SQL statement on the iSeries. Fellow iSeries users offered advice. Continue Reading
Manage Remote Access to iSeries
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Working with databases over multiple iSeries systems can be simple when remotely connecting logical partitions with distributed data management (DDM). Continue Reading
As remote access through FTP or iSeries Access becomes the standard, the system history log and exit point solutions are two options for tracking users on the AS/400. Continue Reading
To control remote access via network connections on the AS/400, the most secure solution is implementation of the exit point controls in the operating system. The server controls serve as gatekeepers to your iSeries, checking IP addresses of remote ... Continue Reading
Problem Solve Remote Access to iSeries Issues
We’ve gathered up expert advice and tips from professionals like you so that the answers you need are always available.
Use the STRPCCMD command or install advanced rexec daemon to allow more characters for a domain/user on a PC network. Continue Reading
Use a virtual directory to move a .bmp file from the IFS to a remote server to run a software packag
If a file needs to be moved quickly from the IFS to another server (Windows or a different AS/400 server) you can create a vitual directory. Continue Reading
If an image from the AS/400 does not display on a PC using STRPCCMD, you may need to check to make sure the PC is connected to the iSeries. If it is not, make sure that NetServer is working. If it is, but you can't see the directory QDLS, you need ... Continue Reading