Why not consider, alternatively, allowing each user to have individual settings for emulation, as the design permits? To prevent one from setting (especially) the keyboard to one's liking just seems... I don't know... Big brother-ish?

Surely you're not allowing a common sign-on to the Citrix server, right? If you are, your time would be better spent, seems to me, in fixing that security hole.
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fbocch2595@xxxxxxx wrote:


Hi Folks, I couldn't find any info in the archives but how do you
prevent Citrix users from changing the 5250 screen and the keyboard.
We recently had some issues where in addition to changing the color and
other characteristics on the 5250 screen we had some function keys
changed and I think we'd be better off if we prevented any keyboard
mapping at all. How has anyone done that...for users accessing the
IBMi via Citrix?
Thanks



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