Dave, Hate to hear that (Help Systems answer) because I have always found them to be fantastic to work with. Did they acknowledge this issue or say it wasn't one, etc. ? And I guess I don't really understand why programmers and help desk folks would be using Robot Schedule? I too have used Robot Schedule going back to the S/38 days at several different companies and we always tightly controlled access to Robot Schedule (?). Chuck -----Original Message----- From: security400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:security400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Turnidge, Dave Sent: Thursday, July 06, 2006 11:40 AM To: Security Administration on the AS400 / iSeries Subject: [Security400] Help Systems Robot Schedule... We have been using Help Systems Robot Schedule for many years. But, along came SOX and interrupted our tranquil life. Now I need to set up Robot so that programmers and help desk personnel don't have access to the jobs, and yet, can get their jobs done. Primarily, this is because the profile being used by a job may have (probably has) more authority than the person doing maintenance to the job. That means that a person could add a command to the job to do something nefarious - like deleting all the libraries - or something like that. I am wondering if anyone else has already gone through this exercise and can give some guidelines that they ended up following. I have called Help Systems, and they don't have anything more than their manual, as far a instructions or methods go. Thank you, Dave
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