Activities of a User in AS/400

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AS/400 user administration
AS/400 user sessions
How do I find what a user has done on the system when he was signed on.
ASKED: April 8, 2009  3:54 PM
UPDATED: April 8, 2009  6:05 PM

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We’ve always had “joblogs” turned on so we can go back and view that information. If you do not already have that turned on I’m not sure you can recreate what they did.

Can you give more information?

KSoniat

If your Physical Files are journalled you can tell what the user changed and what files they opened (if that’s included in your journalling object journalling (if you are using this) would tell you any objects that were changed but not used. The history log may tell when a user signed in.

Phil

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  • DanD
    If you have power users, that is users with any special authorities and command line usage, you should turn on user auditing (chgusraud) for those profiles. If you are in a SOX, PCI or HIPAA regulated environment, the audit journal should be dumped regularly for review of command line usage. If users with command line access have update or existance rights to your production data, you should audit them and restrict there access to data utilities such as DFU, DBU and SQL. *LIMTCPB *YES limiting users to their authorized menu options is the first line of defense on an iSeries. Programmers with command line access should be read only to production data. Everything after that, like auditing user profiles and files, is just mitigating bad security decisions
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