IBM i Access for Windows

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APAR# Description of Information APAR Last revised
Support statements
II14621 IBM i Access for Windows Support for More 64-bit Components March 16, 2011
II14522 IBM i Access for Windows Support for Windows 7 October 07, 2009
II14391 System i Access Support For Windows 2008 Server April 21, 2008
II14239 System i Access Support For Windows Vista March 24, 2008
II11373 Microsoft Windows Terminal Services Support August 7, 2007
II14175 iSeries Access and Windows XP Tablet PC Edition May 15, 2006
II12227 Servers and Ports Required by iSeries Access for Windows (Client Access Express for Windows) December 6, 2002
PC5250
II10486 Re-mapping PC5250 'Print Screen' Key May 21, 1999
II11840 PC5250 License Error on Reconnect After Losing Connection May 12, 1999
Install and upgrade
II14625 Installing 7.1 IBM i Access for Windows to an IBM i 5.4 Server April 27, 2011
II14561 7.1 IBM i ACCESS FOR WINDOWS April 23, 2010
II14514 machine.config file permissions are corrupted when the .NET provider is installed August 24, 2009
II14382 V6R1M0 UPGRADE CONSIDERATIONS June 30, 2008
II14381 SETUP /V IGNORES MSI PARAMETERS June 30, 2008
Connectivity
II10598 Extended Help for TCP/IP and IPX Errors
Reported by CWBCO1003
March 21, 1999
Data Access
II11851 Client Access Support for Multi-processor PCs
and Multi-threading
May 11, 2006
ODBC
II09603 Common ODBC application errors -- Troubleshooting (Part 1) January 26, 2000
II09604 Common ODBC application errors -- Troubleshooting (Part 2) June 23, 1999
II09605 Common ODBC application errors -- Troubleshooting (Part 3) June 23, 1999
II09606 Common ODBC application errors -- Troubleshooting (Part 4) June 23, 1999
II09468 Client Access ODBC Driver ( 32-bit ) - Part 1 June 23, 1999
II11383 Client Access ODBC Driver ( 32-bit ) - Part 2 July 19, 1999
Navigator for i (Operations Navigator)
Refer to the Navigator for i Information APARs page
AFP Viewer
II12379 Client Access AFP Viewer Fixes December 5, 2000

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