If you are doing security auditing, there is a hit in the audit every time someone forgets their password. Does this happen to everyone once in a while & how long do you keep your audit journal?

When there are non-employees with access to our systems, there are often contracts that got signed at the start of the relationship.

If certain users consistently use certain work station names, and you are not doing a good job of cleaning up workstation members and in those files that have work members, you might check the member statistics on creation by user workstation names.

Inventory transactions have who keyed them in, so you can see how far back that goes. Sometimes we print OS/400 reference data ... the security files have some clues like when their password was last changed, which for some people would be when their sign-on was first created. Some companies do their own payroll, and have some kind of record on when someone was hired, but we also have non-employees, like contractors, who have access to our systems.

Hi All,

Is there a way of finding when a BPCS user was created? Can that be
determined on the iSeries?


Isaac A. Antwi

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