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Download and Install IBM i ACS (Access Client Solutions) 

 February 22, 2017

By  NickLitten

Problems Downloading IBM i ACS?

Check out this realtime video showing exactly how to do it

If you decide that you do not want to go with IBM i ACS, then I would recommend checking out either RDi and its integrated 5250 Emulator (which you need to pay for but its worth it) or use some other combination of free terminal emulator software.

*BOOM*

#Enjoy

NickLitten


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  • Thanks for the writeup! Though, I believe there may be a misunderstanding.

    IBM i Access Client Solutions remains completely free, apart from the server-side XW1 licensing that has always been required for 5250 in IBM i Access and predecessors.

    The screenshot you posted is for the Host Access Client Package. While the names are too identical, that is a different offering, which you can read more about here: https://www.ibm.com/us-en/marketplace/host-access-client-package

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    The author of this blog post is confusing a completely different product. This one IS chargeable but it’s something completely different entirely. Please update your blog post.

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    At one price per user, HACP delivers two functionally rich and secure products to meet host access needs. Package includes: IBM Host On-Demand and IBM Personal Communications for Windows™ (PCOMM).

    HACP, now a fully managed solution with a centralized configuration capability, users can run PCOMM from the server to save their configurations and log on from different locations and retain them. HACP also provides prompted updates and leaner downloads for new versions.

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