In an article by Rich Loeber about raising the level of your iSeries security. The author notes, "Moving from level...
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30 and higher is fairly easy and just requires that you make the change to the system value and perform an IPL. If you are uncertain about your third-party software, you can activate audit logging for a few weeks before you make the change and then review the logs to see if there are any potential problems at level 40 or 50." This sounds like a great unobtrusive planning step that I would want to implement, but it doesn't explain further. What am I looking for in audit logging and how do it activate it?
You are right. While not complex, there are a few details you need to consider before moving to security level 40. Here's an MCPressOnline Security Patrol .r2vsa6Cn84f.3@.6ae55a97>article that I wrote that provides more details.
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