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Cool. I've done that before with other stuff but I was thinking
(incorrectly) that a regular user could not do this.

Thanks !

Chuck


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To: Security Administration on the AS400 / iSeries
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Subject: Re: [Security400] Allowing Someone to Create User Profiles...


      The easy way is to write a program or a number of programs and make
the owner QSECOFR and when you create the programs take F4 and use 'USRPRF
*OWNER', the default is *USER.  Change the owner of the programs QSECOFR.
Make sure that the user cannot get to a command line while using the menu
options, since they will still have QSECOFR authority if they can.
      Hope this helps.
                                       
 Julio Domingo                         
                                       



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