1 - IBM has/had a habit of not just putting everything into QSTRUP. They
often stuck them as autostart job entries into various subsystems which
may be started by QSTRUP. QSYSWRK on my 7.1 machine has 17 AJE's.

2 - As others have said, ENDTCPSVR *MGTC should kill Management Central.
They also showed you how to start just TCP/IP and then only start the
services you want.

3 - Not an Op's Nav shop? Ok, someone parks a shiny new car, fueled up,
plated, and with insurance in your garage. With the keys in it and a note
saying "drive me". Along with title papers and top notch safety and
environmental ratings. And yet you refuse to drive it? iNav is included
with the OS. Well, it's a free part of System i Access for Windows.
Which, you do not have to buy to install the free parts. Sure, there may
be ways of accessing the settings controlled by iNav outside of it, and I
am sure there are. But is it economically the right choice to learn how
to do it when it's a one shot deal and you're given a free tool to do so?
And consider that if it's not a published API then it may be something
which changes from release to release of the OS. Meaning it may be in
some database one release and in some stream file the next.

Rob Berendt

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