10/22/08 How to view remote systems that can be accessed from a local system.

To show what remote systems you can access from a local system, simply use the WRKLNK/QFileSvr.400/* command. This will show you the remote system names that are accessible as they will appear as directories.

What if the remote system you wish to access does not appear in the list of directories? Simply create a directory of the same name as the system you wish to access. The name of the system is the TCP/IP host name or the SNA name of the remote system. Note: The QSERVER subsystem must be active on the remote system that you wish to connect to in this way.

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