A thousand pardons if someone also suggested this but do you see anything in:
Watch this interaction between two IBM i's:
ftp target
quote rcmd dspjob output(*print)
250 Command dspjob output(*print) successful.

Then on the target I ran
Caution: There is a "fluke". Do NOT use 2 to change to view what your administrators have it set to. 2 does not use current settings, it uses default settings! Use 5 to view it.
And changed QIBM_QTMF_SERVER_REQ_9 from
Default authority . . . . . . . > *ALLOWED
*ALLOBJ special authority . . . > *NOTUSED
Default authority . . . . . . . > *DENIED
*ALLOBJ special authority . . . > *NOTUSED

Now back on the source system:
ftp gdi
quote rcmd dspjob output(*print)
550 Request rejected.

This is why your administrators told you to use an *ALLOBJ user profile!
*ALLOBJ special authority

Specifies whether all object (*ALLOBJ) special authority may be used
to give a user access to the function.

A user with *ALLOBJ special authority is always allowed to use
the function.

Rob Berendt

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