> 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


That sounds like a reasonable solution to me (keeping in mind that I don't
claim to be signing on to iSeries Navigator, just opening a 5250 session,
but that's a trivial difference).  Of course, it brings up my previous
problems.  If I tell it "no prompting" it stops prompting without asking for
my password!  It won't forget it which means someone can just reset my
selection and sign on as me.  Oh wait, that's just a reason not to use
Windows ;)

I also can't get it to remember only my name and never my password.  The old
version used to do that (or maybe it was Windows 98 that allowed it.)

And before I asked my other question (How would I submit a DCR?)
http://faq.midrange.com/data/cache/189.html


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