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>>> john.earl@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 11/11/2004 15:14:20 >>>
Does anyone know of a way to save and restore Authorization Lists
other
than the SAVSECDTA and RSTUSSRPRF commands?

 

 

The little bit of research that I have done on the topic tells me that
the only way to save authorization list is to issue either the SAVSYS
or
the SAVSECDTA commands, and the only way to restore authorization
lists
are to do a RSTUSRPRF USRPRF(*ALL), and in that case you get *ALL
authorization list back, and not just a selected set.

 

Does anyone out there have any additional information?  Any guesses on
how one might save and restore an individual authorization list?

 

Thanks,

 

jte

 

 

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