I'm trying to do a NETSTAT from the command prompt in RDp. I get the following error message:
Command NETSTAT not allowed in this setting.
Cause . . . . . : The complete list of settings includes: batch, interactive, batch control language (CL) program, interactive CL program, batch REXX procedure, interactive REXX procedure, batch CL ILE program, interactive CL ILE program, CALL to QCMDEXC, and various types of source statements. The Display Command (DSPCMD) command can be used to determine the setting in which the command is allowed. Recovery . . . : Omit the command.
Error found on NETSTAT command.
Cause . . . . . : The system detected errors in the command. Recovery . . . : See the previously listed messages in the job log. Correct the errors and then try the command again. *N instead of a command name means that the name had not been determined before the error was found.
What am I missing here? Why can't I run a NETSTAT via RDP?
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1 reply Latest Post - 2012-11-16T18:16:34Z by PWConner
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Updated on 2012-11-16T18:16:34Z at 2012-11-16T18:16:34Z by PWConner