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Richard Kann

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Aug 7, 2022, 9:15:25 AMAug 7
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When I log on Jbase 5.5.1 (windows ver) I get the following message on one of my accounts:

jBASE: CLIENT_TNID value is NULL or invalid

I can't find that environmental variable in any of the docs. Anyone know what it is or how to check and set variables on an account?

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Jim Idle

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Aug 8, 2022, 2:28:59 AMAug 8
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I think it might be to do with UAC - I always turn that off - though I have not been near Windows for many years.

However, for reasons that I cannot discern, previous advise has also been to set:

 CLIENT_TNID=257f010030
 
 
In your remote.cmd

But I also saw: 

CLIENT_TNID=2500007f010030 

For jBASE 5.
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