Change the options in Operational Assistant Menu?

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Hi all! How can I change (or remove) the options in the Operational Assistant Menu in AS/400? Normally its having many option like managing system users. I don't want the users to see this or use this. Sureyz..

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  • Ketan19
    Hi,Use CHGUSRPRF command & Set "Limit capabilities" LMTCPB to *YES for those users. This will remove below two options from OA Menu.10. Manage your system, users, and devices.   11. Customize your system, users, and devices.ORUse CHGUSRPRF command & Set "Attention program" ATNPGM to *NONE to disable the OA menu completely..-Ketan
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  • TomLiotta
    You can't modify the menu. If you don't want users to do some function, don't give them the authority to do it. If they have the authority, you won't stop them by removing menu options. Tom
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  • TomLiotta
    *LMTCPB and user class can change what options are shown on IBM menus (and any menu that tests those attributes), but it doesn't stop authorized users from performing the functions without needing to use the menus. Menus are not what allow the functions; they only provide organized access to the functions. There are many alternative paths to the functions outside of any menus. Tom
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  • Ketan19
    Completely agreed with Tom.
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