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Determining how the profile got disabled

Is there a way to determined who/how/where a profile get disabled? Our system security level is set at 40. We recently changed the password on one of the operation profiles, and now it continuously logs in with the wrong password and eventually it gets disabled. I suspect it is an ODBC job, but I don't know which client it's coming from. Do you know of any tools that would help me troubleshoot this?
If you have OS/400 auditing turned on and your have specified *AUTFAIL for the QAUDLVL system value, you may be able to find the information you need in the general heading information for the PW audit journal entry that is created when an invalid password is entered. Details on OS/400 auditing can be found at the IBM InfoCenter in the iSeries Security Reference manual, Chapter 9 and Appendix 7. If the audit entries don't provide enough information, you may be able to get the information you need from the log entries generated by some of the network access exit program vendors.

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