Permissions Manager Items in TN3270 Advanced
|The associated 3270 printer session filename.
|TN3270 Enhanced Protocol
|The associated 3270 printer session, or Association string.
|Revert to polling mode for host interactions. This is mainly used for diagnostic purposes.
|Treat ATTN key as TelnetAbortOutput, TelnetBreak, or TelnetIntProcess.
|Reconnect after a disconnection that is not initiated by Reflection.
|Treat Backspace key as Delete key.
|Run a macro or other action before the initial connection.
|Run a macro or other action after the initial connection.
|The name of a macro that is run automatically after a connection is established.
|The Reflection script that runs automatically after a connection is established.
|The parameter string to pass to the connect script after a connection is established.
|Allow user to choose how to translate double-byte host characters that are not available in the Shift-JIS double-byte character translation table.
|Enable the associated printer. (See AssociatePrinterBy, AssociatedPrinterSession, and TNAssociation.)
|The application ID to use for Express Logon Feature (ELF) support.
|Allow users to specify whether to use the ANSI character set or the ASCII character set for ASCII transfers from the host.
|The HLLAPI application associated with a particular session.
|An identifier that a HLLAPI application uses to link to a session.
|The HLLAPI configuration. This can be a numeric value or a predefined constant.
|Periodically poll the host to determine if Telnet connections remain active during intervals when you are not sending data to the host.
|The interval, measured in seconds, between keep alive requests sent by Reflection.
|Allow users to choose how to handle MS SNA pool names. When unselected (the default), administrators must assign the pool to each user for the number of connections the user needs. When selected, administrators can assign the pool once to each user.
|Run macro when reconnecting.
|Specify to use the same model for primary and alternate screens.
|Open the Security Properties dialog box to set up secure data communications with SOCKS or SSL/TLS.
|Send partition-related information from the terminal to the host in response to a host query request.
|Specifies what happens when you transmit the SysReq function. The definition of this key varies by host application.
|The location where the connection originated. This can also be used to provide informational messages to the host from the PC.
|Return a message to the host from the PC after each message sent by the host.
|A 3270 terminal session on the host. Use this to associate a 3270 terminal session with a specific 3270 printer session.
|The folder where user-created files, like settings files and trace files, are saved by default.