Perhaps the easiest way to get going would be to create a tech-support
subsystem which would remain up.

Here's what I've done in the past:

- Use the CRTDUPOBJ command to duplicate the QINTER subsystem description
to a user library with a new name.
- Use the WRKSBSD command to modify the new subsystem description.  Your
primary concern will be the workstation entries.  You need to remove all
generic entries and only allow access to specifically named workstations
which you would have access to.

Andy Nolen-Parkhouse

> Christopher Bergeron
> 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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