The second program which can be used to access Control-D
is called TCP3270 this application is used mostly on older windows 95
or 98 based machines. If you have windows 95 and you use the mainframe,
then you almost definatly have TCP3270. If you have windows 98 you will
have to determine whether you have hummingbird of TCP3270.
To setup a Control-D session in TCP3270, start by going
to the start button, then programs, then "TCP3270 for windows 95"
Click on Tn3270 which will bring you to a screen like this:
In the blue box which is below IP Host/Gateway Type in
UCONNMVS.UCONN.EDU . In the terminal Model box click on Model 5(27*132)
then click connect. This will take you to the following screen:
Once at this screen click on options then session profile. On the right
hand side of the next window you will see a scroll bar. Scroll down to
General(Swiss Army knife) and make sure "Start Profile Automatically"
is unchecked. Next Click on the Host Option in the right hand side. Make
sure your information matches what is displayed below.
The Second to last step is to save the new profile you
have created. You can do this by clicking on save. When this window appears:
Type CNTRL-D under Profile and click on Save. This will
save the profile. The final step is to make an icon for Control-D on your
desktop. In order to do this, goto a blank space on your desktop and click
with the right mouse button. Go New, then Shortcut.
Insert the following under the Command Line Field: C:\TCP3270\PROGRAMS\TCP3270.EXE
-a -p cntrl-d Then Click on Next, under the name field you can type control-d
if youd like and click on next and you are done.