Jon, Can't help you with a PC command, but here is what I've done: Have a command RESETUP Reset User Profile Have a file with "mothers maiden name" - this was done so Help Desk could simply tell user, "Your password has been reset to Mothers Maiden Name" and no one knows what it is. This was an issue in a union shop when a supervisor would ask for a users password to be reset and User Profile name was a risk... Another file that contains "who can execute the RESETUP command" Another file that is checked to prevent certain Profiles from being reset. Another file that contains users to be alerted when a profile is reset. The program does the reset and logs who did it, when, where and sends alerts to certain users so we would know if a profile was constantly getting reset or if there was an attempt to reset a sensitive profile or an IS profile.... And it might do some other stuff that I forget :-) Along with this is a program that monitor QSYSMSG and alerts certain folks for Device Varied off messages and then there is a RESETDV Reset Device command and programs that do a reset and the logging and alerting described above... Chuck Jon Paris wrote: > 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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