As400 security

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Hi, This is kinda urgent. Is there any way to restrict an user from viewing, writing, deleting anything from my AS400 library... I dont want unknown users to delete, change, create anything in my library or any of the source in the library.. Please help.....

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A simple way to change your library authority -

Object
User Group Authority
*PUBLIC *EXCLUDE

Make sure your profile has the *ALL authority or you will not have access yourself.

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  • Nutangujar
    thanks there... i think As400 admin can only change these authorities... i dont have option to edit authority...as the library is created by the admin... anyways...Thanks for ur quick response....
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  • DiegoDH
    Is this a source code library? If so access should be controlled (and contents backuped).
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  • TomLiotta
    If the library isn't under your control, then you can't stop others from getting into it. (And, of course, you won't stop ever anyone who has or can obtain *ALLOBJ or any private authority either. It's likely that you can't stop *SAVSYS users. And you can't stop *JOBCTL users who have *USE authority to any profile that has the capability of accessing your library. And probably others if I think for a while.) If the operational policy is not to give your user profile ownership of 'your' library, then you need to stop thinking of it as 'your' library because it isn't. If you were the owner, you could grant yourself the authority to make the changes -- the owner can grant/revoke him/herself or anybody else authorities as desired. Tom
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