Can the 16-bit Shared Folders/VBX be used under Windows 95?
No. None of the supporting 16-bit communicaitons products (i.e. Client Access, NetSoft or Wall Data) support 16-bit Shared Folders under Windows 95. You must use one of the 32-bit communications products to enable Shared Folders support under Windows 95. TECA’s Folders/OCX can then be used to assign and release AS/400 shared folders as well as other network drive mappings.
- What are our shared responsibilities for ensuring that all funds under the ARRA are used for authorized purposes and instances of fraud, waste, and abuse are prevented?
- We have used the OS/400 QRYDOCLIB command in Shared Folders. What is the equivalent command when working in the IFS?
- Can the 16-bit Shared Folders/VBX be used under Windows 95?
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