I am trying to determine all rights associated with a group profile as a first step to clean up the group.
Is this my only choice, or can you think of another command that might be helpful?
===> DSPUSRPRF USRPRF(DC0000) TYPE(*OBJAUT) OUTPUT(*OUTFILE) OUTFILE(MIKEOTEST/DC0000UPRF)
Using the DSPUSRPRF USRPRF(DC0000) TYPE(*OBJAUT) command will just show you objects specifically authorized to user profile DC0000, but it won't show you all the objects owned by the profile. Option 12 from the WRKUSRPRF screen will provide you with a list of those objects too.
There are also some helpful command on the Security Tools Menu that will give you informative information regarding user profiles. To get to this menu enter: GO SECTOOLS.
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