• Subject: RE: password security
  • From: "Greg Day" <greg_day@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 29 Jan 2001 00:25:12 -0000

>I cannot do what this user can do, nor can I do this same
>thing as myself.  It also does not matter how I try to change
>the password (chgpwd/chgusrprf/edtusrprf).

Where did you get the edtusrprf command - it's not an IBM command. It sounds 
like you may have some custom commands. Your users maybe executing a 
customised CHGPWD command (from a different library than you)which may allow 
the entry of a numeric password. The program puts in the Q.
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