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One Search400.com member writes, "We have eight iSeries systems, with the same user ID's on them, plus our clients user ID's. We need to check to see if user profiles are EQ to user passwords. Would IBM API's QSYRUPWD and qsycupwd be used for this... Continue Reading
On a rstlib command (from a sav lib created tape) I get a CPF3291 error when the restore is to a second library (development restore of production data). All of the data and logical files are contained in the same directory, though the logicals ... Continue Reading
Now entering 2006, what are you going to do to be LAZY for another year! Well --first off -- let's go over resolutions for the New Year! Now don't worry – you can keep eating those doughnuts – (well I can't but that's another story!) Continue Reading
Many people, myself included, take this time of year for a little introspection. As the security officer for your i5-iSeries-AS/400 shop, this is a good opportunity to do just that for your installation and here's my list of some items you should ... Continue Reading
One Search400.com member wrote, "How can I reset SST user passwords?" Security expert Carol Woodbury was on hand to offer some advice. Continue Reading
One Search400.com member writes, "Does IBM's Advanced Job Scheduler allow one to schedule a full system backup on specific dates? If so, how would this be accomplished?" Backup and recovery expert Ken Graap explains.Continue Reading
You don't want unauthorized people accessing your iSeries, so it's a good idea to monitor invalid log-on attempts. By doing so you can see who simply mistyped and who had no business trying to log in.Continue Reading
You don't need expensive add-on software to customize user authority on the iSeries, just use iSeries Navigator. Learn how in this member-submitted tip.Continue Reading
Using default passwords is never a good idea, even when you're rushed for time. In this tip, Rich Loeber gives you an easy way to identify default user profiles on your system so you can get these passwords changed.Continue Reading
I want to set the*CMD parameter in the CHGUSRAUD command for the users who have user class in *SECOFR.
CHGUSRAUD USRPRF (xxxxxxx) OBJAUD(*ALL) AUDLVL(*CMD)How can I write the CL?Continue Reading
If you are doing a SAV that causes a CPFA09E (Object in use) error and ends the save with error CPF3838 (x objects saved. y objects not saved), you can change a directory or file so that the directory or file is ignored and the escape error will not...Continue Reading
Long gone are the days when the iSeries was a safe, closed system. With the ability for users to access and modify data, you need to have controls in place. Start by taking a look at your network attributes. In this tip Rich Loeber show you how you ...Continue Reading
This Search400.com member is trying to secure his iSeries Helpdesk. He understands that he has a few options, but he's not sure which method would be the best. Systems management expert Scott Ingvaldson shares his thoughts.Continue Reading
One user writes, "I have been asked by an auditor to change the QCRTAUT value from *Change to *Use. If I change the libraries to *USE rather than the SYSVAL, will I accomplish the same thing without having to perform an in-depth study of Appendix D...Continue Reading