Thanks everyone for your responses. I got what I was looking for.

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1. Re: BPCS Access by Program (Al)


message: 1
date: Thu, 12 May 2011 18:58:52 -0500
from: "Al" <macwheel99@xxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: [BPCS-L] BPCS Access by Program

There's also programs a person has access to, under BPCS security rules,
they may have a hard time getting to menu where the program is located, so
they can launch it.

If you tell us why you need the info, maybe we can suggest other

For example, you discovered you have been hacked, or keylogger got loaded
an employee PC, you need a list of what was accessible by the user-id

For example, something is seriously messed up, you trying to figure out
whose user-id could have done it, and the scope of the damage. UPI has
great solution tools, only if they were running at the time of the

For example, a super user suddenly left the company, due to illness, their
duties had not been cross-trained, you want to avoid that nightmare
happening again.

-----Original Message-----

Hi There,

Has any one written a script which can identify list of all programs a
user has access to? I would like to this for all active users.
We are on v 8.1

Thanks in advance for your help.

Enterprise Applications Team Lead - Supply

Mother Parkers Tea & Coffee
p: 905-279-9100 ext. 2232
f: 905-279-9821



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