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    The HOSTS file is not where you might expect it to be. Do a search for the existing HOSTS.SAM file before placing a HOSTS file in the C:windows directory. Dave

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    CA 5.1 and XP

    David Abramowitz wrote: > The HOSTS file is not where you might expect it to be. Do a search > for the existing HOSTS.SAM file before placing a HOSTS file in the > C:windows directory. I believe that in XP, it replicates NT and W2K's logic of using the LMHOSTS file and the folder name is %windows%system32driversetc . Bill

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      CA 5.1 and XP

      Bill Goodland wrote: > Are there any issues with CA 5.1 and XP (home edition). We have the > 1st PC with XP we are trying to get going. > > Problems so far: > 1. getting prompted for a password every time. (windows ID/password > is the same). (Is it case sensitive?) > 2. Operation Navigator doen't work. It starts to go and then goes > back to the desk top. Have you applied the latest Service Pack? I believe you'll have greater success with XP once it's applied. Bill

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        CA 5.1 and XP

        The host table seems OK. I can map a drive, do 5250 emulation and uploads and downloads. OPS. Navagator doesn't work and I have the "password prompt" issue. BILL

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          CA 5.1 and XP

          Thanks, I just downloaded and applied service pack SI08389 and now OPS. Navagator is working. Now I just have the "password prompt" issue and I think thats because the windows USER ID is lower case.

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            CA 5.1 and XP

            Bill Goodland wrote: > Now I just have the "password prompt" issue and I think thats because > the windows USER ID is lower case. I doubt it, since User ID's are not case sensitive. The likely culprit is in how the connection was configured. Start Operations Navigator, right-click on the appropriate connection and select Properties. Click on the Connection tab and make sure that the "Use Windows user name and password, no prompting" is selected. You likely have the "Use default user ID, prompt as needed" option selected. Bill

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              CA 5.1 and XP

              Are there any issues with CA 5.1 and XP (home edition). We have the 1st PC with XP we are trying to get going. Problems so far: 1. getting prompted for a password every time. (windows ID/password is the same). (Is it case sensitive?) 2. Operation Navigator doen't work. It starts to go and then goes back to the desk top. Iseries is on 5.1 Thanks in advance, BILL

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                CA 5.1 and XP

                I tryed that. The only problem is that the default XP user ID (without a password) comes up as a default on AS400 connections. CA was probably originally using that ID. How do I change this?

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                • #9
                  CA 5.1 and XP

                  Bill Goodland wrote: > I tryed that. The only problem is that the default XP user ID > (without a password) comes up as a default on AS400 connections. CA > was probably originally using that ID. How do I change this? Hmm, the procedure I wrote -IS- how you change the connections properties. I think I'm now lost. Bill

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