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Hi, sorry for the delay.
When you say "console" you mean "5250 emulator" ? You can use any 5250 emulator: Access Client Solutions (ACS), TN5250, Mocha 5250, etc.
But if you mean "Console" for maintenance operations on restricted state (no TCP services) there's a WA: You can set up the Service Tools Server LAN Adapter and then connect using ACS :
Hi,Thanks for the feedback - well aware of ssh, but only available once
the environment gets to a certain stage, debugging and initial startup
would be assisted by a better option for console.
Perhaps in the future someone can look at a better alternative.
VNC is a graphics protocol, so this is a permanent limitation.
You can always ssh to the OS and do a cut & paste from a remote shell.