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Client Access 5250 emulator Blank on windows XP

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We have isntalled the I-Series Client Access 5.7 plus service packs on brand new HP Desktops with Windows XP SP2.  Everything installes great, but when we launch the 5250 emulator it comes to a blank screen.  It does connect according to the status.  I can successfully telnet from the PCs to the AS400.  There is no firewall between the PC's and the As/400.  I ahve turned off the XP SP2 firewall.

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by:Steven O'Neill
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I take it that you've created the necessary connection to the iSeries server with the Client Access Tools?
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by:trebligb
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Solved it, it was a duplicate device name.  They told me test1, 2, 3, etc were available!  When I changed the connection to use a random name it suddenly worked.  Found the duplicate device names (old 3276 terminals) and deleted them.
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by:dedy_djajapermana
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opinion: it's sensible  for refund.
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