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A few suggestions:
  a..  QSECOFR owns user profiles. Not a good idea to change this unless you 
know what you are doing. OS/400 is in control and it is a good idea to keep it 
that way. Changing things in QSYS could be dangerous.
  b.. Program QSTRUP can have any owner. It is a good idea to leave the 
original program intact and unchanged. If you wish to change the start up 
program create a new program:
    a.. User the command RTVCLSRC to retreive to CL source for QSTRUP in QSYS
    b.. Make any required modifications to this source
    c.. Compile the program into your own library (NOT QSYS). You can call the 
program anything you like.
    d.. Test the program - ensure that it works
    e.. Change system value QSTRUPPGM to point to your new program.
    f.. Next time you IPL the new start up program will run.
  c.. Regarding documentation. I recommend the iSeries 400 Information Center 
on IBMs iSeries web site. The information center has a search facility, and 
links to other parts of IBMs documentation. Do a search for QSTRUP and see what 
you can find.
HTH


Richard J. Serrano
Team Member
Team400 Inc.
2447 W. Beverly Blvd.
Montebello, CA 90640
Tel. 323 838-5859
Fax 323 726-2940
E-mail: rjs@team400.net
Web: www.team400.net


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To: <security400@midrange.com>
Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2001 3:20 AM
Subject: [Security400] user profile question

I have a couple of questions:

1.   regarding user profiles......who should own them?   The administrator
of
our company or QSECOFR?

2.  QSTRUP - who should own this?  and who is running it at IPL time - QPGMR
or QSECOFR?

Thanks for any direction on this.  Where/what should I be reading?

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