• Tracking remote access users on System i

    As remote access through FTP or iSeries Access becomes the standard, the system history log and exit point solutions are two options for tracking users on the AS/400.

  • User being locked out by Windows share on iSeries

    Use the the iSeries QSYSOPR message to look for any errors in passwords when running a program on the iSeries that transfers data to a spreadsheet on a Windows share.

  • Controlling remote access on your IBM i

    To control remote access via network connections on the AS/400, the most secure solution is implementation of the exit point controls in the operating system. The server controls serve as gatekeepe...

  • Checking your IBM i authorization lists

    Have you ever created an object on the AS/400 without making sure the necessary authorization list is attached? By using some common commands, you can secure your IBM i, and audit objects and fix m...

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  • Search400.com Products of the Year 2008

    Search400.com invites you to participate in its annual Products of the Year award nomination process. Nominate your favorite product or your company's product. Winning products will be featured in January 2009 on Search400.com. 

  • Learning guide: Simple steps to a secure iSeries

    This organized list will guide you along your way to maintaining a secure iSeries system. Undoubtedly, the iSeries is one of the most secure platforms out there, but don't be mistaken in thinking that it is untouchable. Address the basic security iss... 

  • Tracking remote access users on System i

    As remote access through FTP or iSeries Access becomes the standard, the system history log and exit point solutions are two options for tracking users on the AS/400. 

  • User being locked out by Windows share on iSeries

    Use the the iSeries QSYSOPR message to look for any errors in passwords when running a program on the iSeries that transfers data to a spreadsheet on a Windows share. 

  • Controlling remote access on your IBM i

    To control remote access via network connections on the AS/400, the most secure solution is implementation of the exit point controls in the operating system. The server controls serve as gatekeepers to your iSeries, checking IP addresses of remote c... 

  • Checking in on your IBM i authorization lists

    Have you ever created an object on the AS/400 without making sure the necessary authorization list is attached? By using some common commands, you can secure your IBM i, and audit objects and fix mistakes. The necessary commands include DSPAUTLOBJ AU... 

  • Expanded password rules available in System i/OS 6.1

    System i/OS 6.1 provides new password security tools that can tighten up security in your AS/400 shop. Rich Loeber shares his favorite new password security tools and describes their implementation. 

  • How to tell if you're using the right security level

    When your company's CIO suggests that you should upgrade the security level of your AS/400 to 50, you might not think this is necessary, but where do you turn for supporting evidence? 

  • Search400.com Products of the Year 2008

    Search400.com invites you to participate in its annual Products of the Year award nomination process. Nominate your favorite product or your company's product. Winning products will be featured in January 2009 on Search400.com. 

  • Detecting system changes made by outside IP address

    If you suspect that changes are being made by an external source, you can use an exit point program to monitor the activity and trace the IP address. 

  • System values on i: Setting them up and locking i down

    AS/400 system values define global, system-wide settings on your platform. Many of these pertain to system security implementation. Take a look at these settings and learn how to lock them down. Many system values are security-related and the operati... 

  • A guide to System i security, Part 3: Digging in to the System i security environment

    The AS/400 provides many built-in tools to manage the security environment. Find out how to tighten up your System i, and ensure your system is protected from unwanted intrusion. A very important aspect is password settings, which can be the Achilles... 

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