At 03:31 PM 12/29/97 -0800, you wrote:
>We are running on a 620 using V4R1 and have the system value QMAXSGNACN set
>to a limit of 3 attempts before disabling the user profile.  I have a
>profile that I would like to not follow the system value we have set and
>never disable if possible, any ideas would be greatly  appreciated......
>
I presume you mean that you have QMAXSIGN set to 3, which is the currently
shipped default.  QMAXSGNACN is the system value that controls what to do
when QMAXSIGN is exceeded.  The shipped default of QMAXSGNACN is also 3,
which means to vary off the device and disable the user profile

There's no clean way to do this at the user profile level.  Many other
security characteristics can be changed on a user profile level.  You could
create a hoakie process to check is that user profile was disabled, and
re-enable it immediately.  But this would:

1.      Be hoakie, and error prone.
2.      Probably consume excess system overhead

Al



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