First you need to activate security auditing:
1. In Operations Navigator, select the system you want to work with.
2. Expand Security Policies
3. Expand Security
4. Expand Audit Policy
5. Activate auditing (use HELP button for complete instructions)
Then you need to change the user profile attribute for the users you wish to track. This is done via the CHGUSRAUD:
CHGUSRAUD USRPRF(Usr_Prf) AUDLVL(*CMD)
To create a report showing all the commands entered by a particular user, use the following command:
DSPAUDJRNE ENTTYP(CD) USRPRF(Usr_Prf) JRNRCV(*CURCHAIN) OUTPUT(*PRINT)
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