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Setting up QNTC without integrated server and domain

Last Modified: 2018-02-15
Our integrated server went down which was also our domain controller. We also setup a temporary windows 2003 server for QNTC. Our SA400 os is v5r4. Since QNTC cant browse the server on the network without a domain I manually added the 2003 server.  I did so by clickin on the QNTC  folder in iNavigaror and adding a folder with the same name as the IP of the server.  On the server I created a local user with the same name/password as the AS400 login. Also, on the server I created a share with open permissions to everyione and the new login. When I click on the server folder/IP in QNTC is seems to hand and when it eventually comes back it doesn't show the windows share.  I thought the integrated server wasnt required for QNTC to work. Is the domain still required?

How do I get my scenario to work.
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