Well, this works when U need to revoke the access to all System Request Menu
...

Unfortunately our case is different

Is it possible to modify QGMNSYSR ? I can accept to make a "limit" System
Request Menu to all users.

Thanks a lot

Dmitri Efimov

DE



-----Mensaje original-----
De: barsa@barsaconsulting.com [mailto:barsa@barsaconsulting.com]
Enviado el: Jueves, 27 de Diciembre de 2001 04:00 p.m.
Para: midrange-l@midrange.com
Asunto: RE: How to personalize System Request Menu?



The IBM recommended way to restrict access to the System Request Menu is to
revoke the access to the QGMNSYSR *PNLGRP.  It is shipped as PUBLIC(*USE),
you could change it to PUBLIC(*EXCLUDE), and then authorize selected user
or group profiles (such as QPGMR or QSYSOPR).

Al

Al Barsa, Jr.
Barsa Consulting Group, LLC

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If you need to disable a person from accessing the menu

I think changing the LMTCPB variable in a person's user profile to *YES
will
do this.
Any other ideas ?

Or do you need to disable only "parts" of the menu and if so.....which
parts
?
 -----Original Message-----
From:           Dimitri Efimov [mailto:defimov@wiese.com.pe]
Sent:           Thursday, December 27, 2001 2:35 PM
To:        midrange-l@midrange.com
Subject:        How to personalize System Request Menu?


We need to eliminate (or just make disable) some of System Request Menu (is
the one U can get pressing Shift/Esc) functionality's for one group of
users.

Is there possibility to do that?

Will appreciate for advise

Dmitri Efimov
Banco Wiese Sudameris

DE
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