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Need the exact URL address to download the IBM i Access for Windows program

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I need the exact URL address to download the IBM i Access for Windows program.

I would prefer to download this program off of the IBM website, if possible.

The version of the program I am looking to download must be fully compatible with Windows 7 32-bit Home Premium.

We will use this program to connect to our IBM AS/400 server (IBM model number 520; MT-M number 8203-E4A).

Please provide me with the exact URL hyperlinks of where I can download this program from.

This hyperlink on IBM’s website talks about this program (but has no link to download it from what I’ve seen so far):

http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/iseries/v7r1m0/index.jsp?topic=%2Frzaij%2Frzaijrzaijinstall.htm
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I've never downloaded iSeries Access from IBM -- I've always downloaded from the AS/400 or installed from CDs supplied with the AS/400. However, I don't think that there is an "exact URL hyperlink" for it.

Instead, you'll need to set one up by registering your account -- Passport Advantage and Passport Advantage Express. If you haven't done that, then a link doesn't exist for you. And if you have done it, then you're the only one knows how to get to it.

Tom
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