Oh gees......  Why was I afraid someone was going to mention Operation Navigator????  Is it due to the fact that I am entrenched in green screen commands???  And doing my best to learn what most of them do????   Ok, Booth, I'll get out my video and figure that out....by the year 3000.

MaryLou   

Date: Sun, 30 Jan 2000 01:09:16 GMT
From: boothm@earth.Goddard.edu
Subject: Re:
MaryLou, take a look at the capabilities of Operation Navigator. It won't
do all that you asked but it will do some of it, easily and
understandably. Perhaps then the missing pieces will be less hard to
solve.
_______________________
Booth Martin
boothm@earth.goddard.edu
http://www.spy.net/~booth
_______________________



MaryLou Atwell <matwell@interboro.k12.pa.us>
Sent by: owner-midrange-l@midrange.com
01/29/2000 09:51 AM
Please respond to MIDRANGE-L
To: MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
cc:
Subject:

I have a question for you folks. I am investigating Security packages
for
our AS400. I have installed a demo of Powerlock, and since it was
messing
up the sign on for every user on our system, and the fix I was told was to
call IBM for a PTF then install CA EXPRESS on every PC, I asked for
assistance on removing the product. I have over 400 PC"s attached to the
400, and Express isn't even an option at this point. I am currently
working with Penta Safe for their package, PSAudit, PSSecure, etc. For a
school district, the price on this is really high, even though the product
is really user friendly. If there are any other packages out there,
please steer in the right direction. I am looking for the ablility to
lock out people from doing FTP, Remote Command, as well as creating groups
that are only allowed to work in certain Libraries. Please let me know,
because I do need to make a decision on PentaSafe within the next week, as
to whether I keep it or not.
Thanks.
MaryLou - Interboro School District


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