1) For second level text, do you mean this?
Cause . . . . . : User profile TPASKEIP exceeded the maximum number of
incorrect sign-on attempts when connecting to IBM i Support for Windows
Network Neighborhood (IBM i NetServer). This user profile has been disabled
for IBM i NetServer access. The latest failure was received from
workstation ::ffff:10.5.47.54 at IP address ::ffff:10.5.47.54.
2) Also, based on the message, the user exceeded the maximum number of attempts.
However, they only keyed their password once.
Does Netserver use sysval QMAXSIGN *SEC Maximum sign-on attempts allowed?
We are set to 3.
From: MIDRANGE-L [mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Mark S Waterbury
Sent: Friday, July 11, 2014 11:37 AM
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Subject: Re: [Bulk] Netserver profile being disable after IPL and/or password change - CPIB682
Look at the second-level text for that message CPIB682 for an explanation as to how or why those NetServer user IDs are getting disabled.
for a nice article and tool by Carsten Flensburg that addresses this issue.
Mark S. Waterbury
On 7/11/2014 10:18 AM, Steinmetz, Paul wrote:
I have a group of users that use mapped drives to the IFS.
Following an IPL, System save, restricted state and/or if user changes their password, their Netserver profile becomes disabled with a CPI8682.
Once the profile is re-enabled, every is fine, until next maint and/or password change.
Is this normal behavior, or can anything be done to avoid these nuisances?
Message ID . . . . . . : CPIB682
Date sent . . . . . . : 07/11/14 Time sent . . . . . . : 08:13:54
Message . . . . : User profile TPASKEIP disabled for IBM i Support for
Windows Network Neighborhood access.
IBM i Systems Administrator
Pencor Services, Inc.
462 Delaware Ave
Palmerton Pa 18071
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