We recently switched to password level 3 (in addition to quite a few other security changes). This has been in place for several months now and we have a epidemic of disabled user ID's and varied off devices. While this inconvenience is tolerable during normal working hours, it's killing productivity during the off-hours/days that IT coverage is not available.

Is there any way to automate enablement of passwords that are disabled by invalid sign on attempts - say after 15-20 minutes?
Same question for devices varied off by too many invalid password attempts?

I thought about writing an RPG or SQL program to do this - just not sure where to start.

I really do not want to give SECADM authority to any more users.

TIA,
Greg
[Logo]<https://www.totalbizfulfillment.com/> Greg Wilburn
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