AS/400 >> Cannot map a drive to QDLS anymore

by miguelvrolijk » Fri, 17 Jun 2005 01:44:49 GMT

Hi all,

There are a few users at my company that can't map a network drive in
Windows 2000 to QDLS anymore. I get the following error when I try the
NET USE command with their user ID:

C:\> net use z: \\10.1.1.1\qdls xxxx /user:bob
System error 5 has occurred.
Access is denied.

For one user, the problem went away when he changed his password. This
user has user class *SECOFR, and has all the other special authorities.
For the other users, who have user class *USER and special authority
*NONE, I have to assign the *ALLOBJ special authority to them for the
mapping to go through. After I remove the *ALLOBJ from them, the
problem returns.

There haven't been any changes to the AS/400 AFAIK, but since there a
few people with *ALLOBJ authority, I won't swear to it. The AS/400
Type-Model is 9406-825, and the OS is at v5r2m0.

I've searched extensively for a solution via Google, but I can't find
anything that's helpful. Has any of this ever occurred to you?

Best regards,

Miguel


AS/400 >> Cannot map a drive to QDLS anymore

by MrKrabbs » Fri, 17 Jun 2005 02:00:13 GMT


What you may need to do is get into OpsNav, select Network, then Servers,
then TCP/IP and then right click on iSeries NetServer and select Disabled
UserID's, then select the userid in question and enable it. That's my first
idea on how to solve this problem.

AS/400 >> Cannot map a drive to QDLS anymore

by miguelvrolijk » Fri, 17 Jun 2005 02:35:48 GMT

Hi MrKrabbs,

I already tried that: there were no disabled users. I also tried to
stop and start the NetServer, to no avail.

Regards,

Miguel

AS/400 >> Cannot map a drive to QDLS anymore

by Ren?H. Hartman » Fri, 17 Jun 2005 03:44:03 GMT

If they were disabled, changing the usrprf (like changing to and from
*ALLOBJ) would re-enable them. Check out the authority on the shared
directory using either OpsNav or GreenScreen. The fact that *ALLOBJ
cures it points to insufficient private or *PUBLIC rights on the actual
share..

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AS/400 >> Cannot map a drive to QDLS anymore

by miguelvrolijk » Fri, 17 Jun 2005 20:44:40 GMT

Hi Ren?

This was a case of yours truly shooting himself in the foot. We have a
share called root, which maps to the root directory of the IFS. It had
public permissions, but some days ago I changed the permissions to
exclude everyone with the exception of some users, for security
reasons. Today I added the users who had the mapping problem, and now
they are able to map again. Duh!

Thank you and best regards,

Miguel

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