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Jon there is a section on "Enabling a User Profile" in the OS/Security 
reference for V4R5 at the Info Center.  Has a CL code listing and tells how to 
adopt authority...


Rick Klopfer, CCP CSP
Software Development and Support
Information Technology Group
Dayton Progress Corporation
--A Federal Signal Company--
500 Progress Drive
Dayton, OH 45449

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>>> "Jon Paris" <Jon.Paris@Partner400.com> 01/29/02 03:11PM >>>
I need to set up a system whereby someone who does not have security officer
type access can re-set someone's user id. Not change the password or
anything - just re-enable it. Anyone have an example that can achieve this?
In particular, this needs to be initiated from a PC program if possible.

Jon Paris
Partner400


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Jon there is a section on "Enabling a User Profile" in the OS/Security
reference for V4R5 at the Info Center.  Has a CL code listing and tells how to
adopt authority...


Rick Klopfer, CCP CSP
Software Development and Support
Information Technology Group
Dayton Progress Corporation
--A Federal Signal Company--
500 Progress Drive
Dayton, OH 45449

Telno:    937.859.5111  ext.293
Email:     RKlopfer@daytonprogress.com[1]   .
>>> "Jon Paris" <Jon.Paris@Partner400.com> 01/29/02 03:11PM >>>
I need to set up a system whereby someone who does not have security officer
type access can re-set someone's user id. Not change the password or
anything - just re-enable it. Anyone have an example that can achieve this?
In particular, this needs to be initiated from a PC program if possible.
Jon Paris
Partner400
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