How should this be handled?

First, I think that signing on to iSeries Navigator "counts".  Therefore 
it should update your last signon date.

Perhaps if you haven't turned off prompting for the password on iSeries 
Navigator, then the little window should display the last sign on date and 
the number of incorrect signon attempts if you have QDSPSGNINF set.  Would 
that work for you?  If so then a DCR or FRED could be submitted to make 
that change.

Rob Berendt
-- 
"They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary 
safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." 
Benjamin Franklin 




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> From: Al Barsa

> What you can do is to change the system value for QDSPSGNINF.  This also
> can be changed at the user profile level.
>
> What this does is it shows you the last date and time that your
> profile was
> signed on, the number of invalid sign on attempts, if any, and the days
> until your password expires if that expiration is within 10 days.  It 
also
> provides an F key to run the CHGPWD command.
>
> If you were away on vacation last week, and come in on Monday morning, 
and
> see that your last sign in was on Friday, you know you had a problem.


I thought this was a great feature until I started looking at my last 
signon
date.  The little window that Client Access pops up for your password also
updates the last signon date (even if it's set to remember and therefore
doesn't pop).  Unless you use a green screen first thing Monday morning, 
you
may never know that someone had used your account.

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