iSeries support for iSeries NetServer (a.k.a. Windows Network Neighborhood) is a function that enables Windows clients to access i5/OS shared directory paths and shared output queues. When you map or reconnect a drive, you must enter the NetServer user profile and password. Although the user profile and password are the same as the OS/400 user profile, NetServer’s ability to provide access in this context is not the same. Users may be unable to use iSeries NetServer if they attempt to connect to the iSeries with an incorrect password too many times. If this occurs, the iSeries sends a message (CPIB682) to the QSYSOPR message queue. This message indicates that the user profile has been disabled for iSeries NetServer access. This does not disable the user profile for the iSeries or iSeries Access for Windows, but it does stop the user profile from accessing iSeries NetServer and the shared iSeries-based drives.