The first two I thought of:

1. Once you log on, TFRJOB to another subsystem and then end QINTER.  
2. Create another interactive sbs and key your device name to it.  Leave
it up all the time.

For only occasional access, 1 is probably fine.  If you need to be on
all the time, 2 would be better.

Note that you should also be killing FTP and other TCP services that
allow data access during your backups.  We do an ENDTCP to make sure no
one, including ourselves, gets in.

- John

-----Original Message-----
From: Christopher Bergeron [mailto:cbergeron@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Monday, June 09, 2003 10:18 AM
To: midrange-nontech@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: starting only one QINTER session?


Is it possible to start only one QINTER session?  At the end of the day,

  we kill all QINTER sessions while we backup our system.  What I'd like

to be able to do is start a QINTER session from home, but only for 
myself.  Right now, I use:  rmtcmd strsbs QINTER //systemname - but it 
starts QINTER across the board and any of my users can log on to the 
system.  Does anyone know if there's an option for QINTER or if I can 
configure this somehow?  I'm new to the AS/400 so I'm very confident 
compiling CL programs, or the like (yet).

Much thanks for any tips...
-CB
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