• Subject: Re: Several subsystems
  • From: Jeff Carey <jeffreycarey@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 29 Jan 1998 09:28:08 -0600
  • Organization: Trase Miller Solutions

Using subsystems to limit the time a user has access is not that great a
use of system resources - you can just as easily end the offending users
job as the subsystem.  Do different shareholders have different times
when they can access the system?  If not, you could create one subsystem
for all the shareholders.  

Also, the security tool kit (part of V3R7 and V3R2) can enable and
disable user profiles on a schedule - this can prevent people from
signing on when they shouldn't (GO SECTOOLS, option 6).  

Five subsystems probably won't hurt, but it sounds like a bad way to
start - what happens when it gets up to 10, 20, 100?  Better to adopt a
strategy that will work for one user or 1,000!

Maurice Langeveld wrote:
> 
> The IT Service Delivery manager suggested it, I can see his problem when
> we wo'nt do this, because we will give them limeted access, you can just
> shut down the subsystem and no problem at all, w'll have to create about
> 5 extra subsystems in the beginning.
> 
> What's you're suggestion, secure this on userlevel????
> 
> Or do you have other suggestions???
> 
> Greetz,
> 
> Maurice.
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