Hello David, If that works for you. What is the action you are taking when invalid sigh on attempts. We disable the ID and very off the device they are using. We also require a number in the password and it must be at least 8 characters long. This causes a number of calls to the command center when they are forced to change their passwords every 45 days, but I don't have to take the calls. Having thousands of users spread across the US and the Caribbean is such fun. Julio "David Morris" <David.Morris@plumcre To: <security400@xxxxxxxxxxxx> ek.com> cc: Sent by: Subject: Re: [Security400] Sign on/security logging security400-bounces@m idrange.com 08/03/2004 03:44 PM Please respond to Security Administration on the AS400 / iSeries Hi Julio, I should have said that we are auditing and depending on the interface I see some PW or GR entries but it appears that quite a few other ways exist to validate a password that do not produce audit entries. What I am looking for is the most complete solution. On the surface, using the invalid sign on attempt count on a profile seems complete as long as the person that is fishing for a password doesn't have *ALLOBJ authority. David Morris >>> Julio_Domingo@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 8/3/2004 2:31:11 PM >>> You can turn on security logging by changing the system values: QAUDCTL Auditing control QAUDENDACN Auditing end action QAUDFRCLVL Force auditing data QAUDLVL Security auditing level You can then print reports from the information produced. The only way that the user profile would not increment would be if profile was deleted and recreated. Julio Domingo "David Morris" <David.Morris@plumcre To: <security400@xxxxxxxxxxxx> Is there any way to system auditing to detect all invalid sign on attempts? The only way I can come up with is to look at the invalid sign on attempts a profile. Would that cover all cases or is it possible for an invalid sign on to not increment the invalid sign on attempts count? _______________________________________________ This is the Security Administration on the AS400 / iSeries (Security400) mailing list To post a message email: Security400@xxxxxxxxxxxx To subscribe, unsubscribe, or change list options, visit: http://lists.midrange.com/mailman/listinfo/security400 or email: Security400-request@xxxxxxxxxxxx Before posting, please take a moment to review the archives at http://archive.midrange.com/security400.
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