the history log is another place to look

Message ID . . . . . . :
CPF1393 "regular disables"

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Bryan


Denis Robitaille wrote on 12/17/2015 11:42 AM:
I am pretty sure that the audit journal woulg log disabled password. You could write a program that extract that info.


Denis Robitaille
Chef de service TI
Cascades Centre des technologies,
une division de Cascades Canada ULC
412 Marie Victorin
Kingsey falls(Québec) Canada J0A 1B0
T : 819 363 6130



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Objet : User profile

We get a lot of users who forget their passwords, either because they are not using the ibm i for months at a time, or normal ennui like mind set.
We thus get many help desk requests to reenable.

I would like to know, if I can get a notification that someone's Userid has become disabled. If not this, can a REPORT be made that will show those with disabled pw.

I looked at dspusrprf with outfile but it does not show the enabled status.
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