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Auditing commands

Is there a way we can detect or log all the commands that were typed-in on the command line of each user? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
To audit all of the commands entered by a particular user use the Change User Audit (CHGUSRAUD) command, specifying the user profile to audit and *CMD for the AUDLVL parameter. For more information on OS/400 auditing, see the iSeries Security Reference manual, Chapter 9.

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This was first published in June 2005
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