There are two types of disabled:
- Disabled for NetServer access
- Disabled for all access.

The NetServer access doesn't seem to be available at
SELECT AUTHORIZATION_NAME, STATUS
FROM qsys2.user_info
ORDER BY status
http://www-01.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/ssw_ibm_i_72/rzajq/rzajqviewuserinfo.htm?lang=en

If you follow the advice about creating message queue QSYS/QSYSMSG it will
be automatically populated with critical messages from QSYSOPR, such as:
CPF1397 - Subsystem QINTER varied off work station SCN7B7AE1 for user ...
Surprisingly enough, it's been awhile since a CPIB68E: User &1 is disabled
for IBM i NetServer access.

We have MessengerPlus monitor for CPF1397 and it will vary on the
workstation 3 times and then give up.

We also have Tivoli Identity Manager in place to keep their IBM i and
Windows passwords in sync.

We periodically run
SELECT AUTHORIZATION_NAME, STATUS , LAST_USED_TIMESTAMP
FROM qsys2.user_info
ORDER BY last_used_timestamp, AUTHORIZATION_NAME
The null values (never used) appear at the bottom.


Rob Berendt

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