We use RVI (Real Vision) for our imaging package to image IBM I spool files and other documents.
We have a single client profile that all users use to view images. Each RVI client connects with the same user profile and password.
One of our client machines seems to have a bad password as the user profile was disabled yesterday afternoon.
This did not affect anyone until this morning when people began signing in again with their RVI Clients.

I can see in the QHST log that the user profile was disabled, but I cannot see what job or connection caused the failure.
Is there a way I can find this information out? I guess I want the IP address of the PC that initiated the connection that caused the user profile to get disabled.

We have security auditing '*SECURITY' on, but this doesn't seem to give us what we want.


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