I changed (as suggested the company that audits my security) the QCRTAUT system value from *CHANGE to *USE. I can't...
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run a SAVRSTOBJ between my two iSeries without using an *ALLOBJ profile. What kind of authority should I grant to my *SYSOPR profiles in order to run a SAVRSTOBJ successfully between my machines? I'm receiving the message "attempt to use the permanent object &1 of the system without authorization". This message suggests that I should grant authorization over some system objects, but it doesn't tell me what the objects are. You should be able to give your operator's *SAVSYS special authority and they should be able to perform the SAVRSTOBJ. The details of what is required if you don't give them *SAVSYS can be found in Appendix D of the iSeries Security Reference manual. The command is listed in the table at the beginning of the Appendix called Commands Common for Most Objects.
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