Your statements may be correct several years ago, but it does not apply anymore. If so you will only be able to signon at the console. I can sign onto the main console with QSECOFR but can't sign on from anyother PC with QSECOFR. Or is there a way to IPL or something so we can enable the accounts? http://ibuildsystem.com/user-profile/user-profile-cannot-sign-on.php
While it is possible to *DISABLE the QSECOFR profile, it can still sign on to a device defined as the CONSOLE. Copyright ©2000-2013, MC Press Online, LLC Working... If you have to convert over to specifically named workstations, make sure that you go back and remove the QPADEVnnnn device descriptions once you are all done. Telnet in a DOS box is too rustic.
If so, give instructions. 9. Thanks Jeff et.al. We are starting a conversion/new developmentfrom S/390 to the iSeries. I have changed the qlmtsecofr in qsysval but,CPF1394 User profile QSECOFR cannot sign on.I can sign on as QSECOFR on the console.I am getting the same error when I use QUSER.I
Hope this helps. First you need to be aware that there are two different QSECOFR profiles and passwords, one for the system and one for DST. for the quick reply. There is no known...
Working... Then you can reset your system QSECOFR password. Grocery Supply Co. 903 885-7621 Ext 268 _______________________________________________ This is the Midrange Systems Technical Discussion (MIDRANGE-L) mailing list To post a message email: [email protected] To subscribe, unsubscribe, or change list options, Warren, You have to do a "manual" IPL and come up under DST (Dedicated Service Tools).
They canbe monitored for in a CL program, so that you can take appropriate action.HTHVernPost by Green, JimmyI am a brand new os/400 user. I can log in as myself, but it won't let me in as QSECOFR (CPF1394 User profile QSECOFR cannot sign on). A change to this system value takes effect immediately. You probably have the QLMTSECOFR system value set on, which prevents security officer user profiles (users with *ALLOBJ special authority) from signing on to displays that they are not specifically authorized
Additionally, I keep a list of all the changed DST passwords. http://ibuildsystem.com/user-profile/user-environment-windows-cannot-load-user-profile-contact.php I have changed the qlmtsecofr in qsysval but,when I try to sign on I am getting the following message:CPF1394 User profile QSECOFR cannot sign on.I can sign on as QSECOFR on Jimmy Green I.T. Now do andOPTION #2 next to QSECOFR and press enter.
Bedar » Fri, 24 Oct 1997 04:00:00 Sounds like QSECOFR is disabled. If it is set to 1, then any >> user with *ALLOBJ or *SERVICE authority must have explicit authority to the >> device. >Thanks Jeff et.al. Sign on at the device and change the ownership using the CHGOBJOWN command. http://ibuildsystem.com/user-profile/user-profile-service-failed-logon-user-profile-cannot-loaded-vista.php Steve, Yes!
Erik Knudson AMX Systems Top QSECOFR can't login via Telnet by Eduardo Elortegu » Fri, 24 Oct 1997 04:00:00 You only need to change the system value QLMTSECOFR ie: QPADEV00001 Rich --- >> I think it might be your sysval QLMTSECOFR. To link to New immediately, click here: .
Visit the ITKnowledge Exchange and get answers to your systems management questions fast. I have changed the qlmtsecofr in qsysval but,CPF1394 User profile QSECOFR cannot sign on.I can sign on as QSECOFR on the console.I am getting the same error when I use QUSER.I All times are GMT-6. You want to allow authorized users to access specific terminal devices, but you want to keep users from logging onto the system from a device where they should not be working.
If the reason that you can't use DST is that you don't know the DST QSECOFR password either, try signing into DST using a profile and password of eight 1's or Allowing QSECOFR to sign-on at the console even when disabled is a method to prevent this from occurring. Turns out the profile was disabled. have a peek at these guys Think about the reason behind allowing QSECOFR to sign-on at the console even if the usrprf is disabled - suppose someone maliciously attempts to sign-on to your system multiple times, intentionally
Chris, No big deal. Three new colocation market trends for IT pros to tap into Competition is surging in the colocation market, and providers are adding new features to differentiate. I feel stupid now, because I did look thru the sysvals and could not find the one I needed. Since via telnet you sign on to a random virtual device, your QSECOFR profile will not work while this system value is enabled.
I am trying to get QSECOFR to be able to sign on in my office (pc using tn5250). Take option 4 to reset all default passwords (this works for all the shipped "Q" user ids such as QSECOFR, QPGMR, etc.). Gary Top 1. Operations Mgr.