Uh, where do you set it? That must be undocumented, too!

:-X

Vern

On 4/10/2012 2:28 PM, Gqcy wrote:
IBM doesn't "support" it, but it is in there...
It is a "undocumented" policy at this time...
(I currently have it running on my profile at this time)

The Red X is not allowed,
however, I still can click on the menu, Communication, Disconnect.
thereby making the taking away of the Red X, moot.

But I think there is a policy that can take the menu away...



On 4/5/2012 10:40 AM, Loyd Goodbar wrote:
I am under the impression the red X is a function of the window server, not
application. (Maximize and minimize can be application controlled, at least
in .NET.) But, I think there are hooks to receive an "application is
closing" event when the X is clicked, allowing the app to perform shutdown
activities. I am not a Windows programmer.

Loyd

On Thu, Apr 5, 2012 at 9:23 AM,<elehti@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

The response I got from IBM Tech Support on the issue of users clicking
the red X while still signed on:
IBM does not provide the capability to deactivate the red X. It would
take some programming to prevent people from closing their active 5250
session (red X), and IBM is not going to provide that at this time.



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