> The QSYUPTBL no longer has the encrypted passwords stored in the entry
> for the User ID, so this information must be stored somewhere else. 
> Amazing that this clear (and welcome) strengthening of AS/400 security


Actually, it's more like DAMN TIME! than just a simple "welcomed"...and it
probably wouldn't have happened if some folks hadn't shoved a red hot
poker up some rather recalcitrant asses in Roch...:)

So, to them that brought us much needed change, MANY thanks....:)

...rumour is that there's alot more to come with 5.1...:)

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