Try to start up on Manual Mode.... in that way you could reset QSECOFR's
password..... you need to get DST to do that..... and the only way to do
that is to power up your system with manual mode.

Xavier.

Viernes, 11 de Febrero de 2005 7:29
To: Security Administration on the AS400 / iSeries
<security400@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
cc:
From: Raul Jager <raul@xxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [Security400] Recover QSECOFR password.



You may need to do a "Low level disk initialization", but I never did it
before.  I know IBM can recover the qsecofr, but I think they loose
everything in the disk, and probably will be expensive.

Dusty Lela wrote:

>Hey, I have an old AS/400 I got that way. Model 300.
>V2R1, I think. It powers up, I get a console green
>screen to sign on, but the QSECOFR password is not the
>default. Neither is Qsysopr or qsecadm. With V5R3 I
>can use the default 1111111 as it boots up, but this
>box is way back on the OS. Any help or ideas? It is a
>nice little box but I am unable to sign on!
>
>Dusty L.
>
>
>

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