you could run

DSPPGMADP USRPRF(user-profile-name) +
OUTPUT(*PRINT)

for every profile...

Or you could make use of
PRTADPOBJ USERPRF(*ALL) CHGRPTONLY(*NO)


Lastly, Carsten Flensburg has written some tools, check on the system
i network. For example:
http://systeminetwork.com/article/smart-way-print-adopting-programs

HTH,
Charles


On Mon, Jun 20, 2011 at 11:46 AM, <fbocch2595@xxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi Folks, I want to know these values for pgm's;

USRPRF
USEADPAUT

Does anyone have any clp's that will do this for all pgm's?  I'm able to use dsppgm but only to report on 1 pgm at a time.  Ultimately, I'd like to know where USRPRF = *OWNER and USEADPAUT = *YES.

Any help appreciated, Frank







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