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  • IBM iAccess Client Solutions, preinstalled in IFS folder?

    I was watching a webinar recently, and it was mentioned that there are PTFs that place an IBM iACS installation on the i itself, in an IFS folder. And that it was even ok to run it from there rather than having it installed to your PC.

    Is that correct? if so, what PTFs and what directory?
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