AS400 configuration management tools

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I am new to AS400 platform, and looking for a tool that will allow me to monitor configuration changes on multiple as400 servers and report daily on configuration changes per box and per aome sort of baseline. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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You need to set Security Auditing. Good start is www.iseriesnework.com, but you must register as a Pro member (and it must be paid).
Direct link:

http://www.iseriesnetwork.com/artarchive/index.cfm?fuseaction=viewNewsletterArticle&articleID=51323&webID=1001&override=0

For first article: “Security Auditing — How Else Can You Know?”
Second article (also good for start):
“Common Sense Security Auditing”

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  • Snapcomp
    Operations Navigator's Management Central is the tool.
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  • TheQuigs
    You could also check out some of the tools provided by Help Systems at http://www.helpsystems.com Some resources for finding tools such as those provided by Help Systems at http://www.helpsystems.com would be the iSeries Network http://www.iseriesnetwork.com -- look for the link to their product directory. You could also check out the MC Press On-Line Showcase Buyers Guide at http://www.mc-showcase.com/members/mcpress/showcase.nsf/VendorDirectory!OpenForm
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  • TomLiotta
    Are you asking because your company is installing iSeries systems for the first time or because you've moved into a systems administration position where systems have been in place for a while? A network of existing systems quite possibly already has procedures in place and possibly a variety of tools. Your task would be to locate them and learn them before looking anywhere outside. A new installation would be a very different task -- especially if a "new to the platform" person is put in charge of configuration management. Some more background on the environment would be very helpful. Tom
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