I'm somewhat new to bpcs but it seems as though users who have acess to
the SysReqAttn key keep getting themselves in trouble and locking, for
example, orders up by going at the same ones from 2 sessions with the same
workstation id.

Our bpcs versiion was outright purchased, source and all in the 90s, hence
no updates etc (except for what we write).

It seems like it would be good practice to lock users out of using the Sys
Req Attn key for getting another session.

I'm wondering if anyone else out there has come to this conclusion?

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