I do NOT recommend setting QLMTDEVSSN. If any auditor starts out with QLMTDEVSSN I quickly show them to the door. There's a well known name whose presentation starts out with this. I quickly lose interest from there. Too many people need multiple sessions.

Set up correctly the system audit journal will show you access by userid by IP address. That's acceptable for "after the fact". With some creative farming you can find users accessing from multiple IP addresses. See DSPDEVD, etc
Access exit points can probably be set to lock the door. Normally involves the SPENDMONEY command.
You can even fine tune user id's to only be valid at certain times. This way they don't leave the first shift supervisor signed on and use the same session for all three shifts.

Playing with the new SQL services could be fun.

But in general I agree with Larry's reply.

Rob Berendt

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