Here's what I do:
To create a list of all user ID?s on the iSeries for auditing, etc:
1) First you need to create a data file with user ID?s and
a) At a command line, type DSPUSRPRF and press F4
b) Set the following options:
i) User profile = *ALL, Type of information = *BASIC, Output =
*OUTFILE, File to receive output = USERLIST, Library = CISCO, Member to
receive output = *FIRST and Replace or add records = *REPLACE
(a) (This updates a user/description file used by the next query and
the ?Record Format Error? is normal)
2) I use query/400 to generate a report of the user ID?s. Last sign
on date is one of the fields you get.
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Patrick Trapp <ptrapp@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
"Lotus Domino on the iSeries / AS400 (domino400@xxxxxxxxxxxx)"
10/07/2011 10:28 AM
Checking who has logged into the AS/400
Not a Domino question, but I hope you'll help me out.
We are looking at doing some cleanup in our user profiles. How can I pull
a report to see if/when the profiles on the system were last used?
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