You set it in the security tab of the connection properties dialog - that probably feeds that file, but you don't need to work with the file directly, then.

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From: <franz400@xxxxxxxxxxxx>

I think I found my own answer in the iSeries Access Policies config.adm
jim

---- franz400@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
Going live on new system, approx 1000 users.
We have a script to update the .ws file with the dns name for the new system,
but on 1st access, user gets prompt if to prompt user id every time or cache
user. We do not want them to have the option, and want to force "prompt every
time". Do not see this in the .ws file
Is there a way to control this?
Jim Franz
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