I think I'll straddle the fence. Phil is right. I don't think it is minutiae. However, it does slow down many users from doing commands they shouldn't. And as much as a GUI, done right, can help productivity, having a way to access stuff that's been common knowledge for the last 15 years, like many of the commands, can be useful. Whacking some of the usefulness out of it so that the users will have to work harder to poke around in the wrong areas may be enough to reduce their hanky panky. Note: I did say reduce, not eliminate. Like the analyst who no longer works here that taught the users CLROUTQ QEZJOBLOG to reduce their spool files. Or the application vendor who teaches end users how to mess with job priorities and stuff. It's up to you if "reduce" is good enough. Rob Berendt
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