I only did the CRTUSRPRF to show you that I (a security officer) created a user with no special authority.
Then I signed on as DUMMY.
DUMMY was able to log into Navigator and get that list.

Ok, so we have a security officer run the following
CHGUSRPRF USRPRF(DUMMY) INLMNU(*SIGNOFF) LMTCPB(*YES)
Doesn't restrict Navigator at all.

You're right that a user first has to get into your system to get that list of message queues. But once they do they now have a list of most, if not all, the users on your system.

Rob Berendt

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