Kyle:

I can make a couple general comments...

On Wed, 19 December 2001, "Kyle J. Rosling" wrote:

> Does anyone have any idea what the pgm qgy/qgysetg does?  I searched the
> archives and there was a thread about this around September of 2000 but it
> did not have any real clear answers...

Since I don't know your network security requirements, there's not a lot I can 
say. However, OpsNav will generally call this program as an early step in 
setting up to handle requests. The lockdown may simply be a way to prevent 
OpsNav access to that system.

You'll commonly see this in the QZRCSRVS joblogs as the first "Client request - 
run program xxx/yyy" message.

Tom Liotta

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