Log onto iSeries and run remote command

I want to be able to run an iSeries query from XP using rmtcmd without having to manually login similar to rxferpcb.  How do I do this?
baiedwAsked:
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MurpheyConnect With a Mentor Application ConsultantCommented:
Hi baiedw,

in the configuration of the Client Access screen, you can click the checkbox Bypass Sign-on, (i think this must also be enabled in the as400's system values CHGSYSVAL QRMTSIGN to *VERIFY)
This will user the cached password to signon.

Regards,
Murph
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MurpheyApplication ConsultantCommented:
Hi baiedw,

In the Client Access map, there is the executable cwblogon.exe this can be used to signon and so  bypassing the first popup screen the format is :

cwblogon.exe My400System /u UserId /p Password

Regards,
Murph
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baiedwAuthor Commented:
cwblogon.exe only caches the user id and password.  When I run rmtcmd, I am prompted for a user id and password.
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baiedwAuthor Commented:
I was able to figure out a way to login by using ftp.  Thanks for you help.
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MurpheyApplication ConsultantCommented:
Hi baiedw

By FTP? can you run your remote command now?

Murphey
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baiedwAuthor Commented:
Yes, after you login you can use quote rcmd to run commands.
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