Mark.

If you do a manual install of the LIC (i.e. slip install) you will get the use the default QSECOFR QSECOFR userid/password as you suspect since you are coming from the CD. Once in DST you can then force the override of the QSECOFR OS/400 profile and you're in. Bascially just do a "D" mode "M"anual IPL from the CD. When the menu comes up tell it you want to install licensed internal code but not 'crush the system' just install. That screen has VERY good help behind it to make sure you are doing the right thing. I believe it's option 1 but I've slept since then!

 Good Luck!

    - Larry

Mark Wilkins - FLPTN wrote:
I need to be able to sign onto one of our old model 170's, but have a
problem.

I don't know either of the QSECOFR passwords (USRPRF or DST).
In fact don't know any valid user profile and password.

I have managed to get into DST using the 22222222 profile, but it doen't
have enough authority to reset the operating system password.

Has anybody got any Ideas ?

I am sure I heard of somebody in this situation before, and a slip install
worked ? whats involved in this ?

Regards

Mark

Mark Wilkins






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