How can I affect the user profile previous sign-on date with out sign on interactive.

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We have a windows system for invoices from our suppliers. To exchanges files the system map to a folders in I-series IFS-system. We have a special user profile for the system to use. The system map to I-serie and every thing is ok all the servers stays up day and night. The problem is after 60 days the user will be disabled (system value in I-serie if user profile not used) and the connecting with I-serie is down. How can I affect the user profile previous sign-on date with out sign on interactive. I have tried with a Bach FTP program that didn?t affect the user profile previous sign-on date.
ASKED: June 8, 2006  9:41 AM
UPDATED: December 8, 2009  8:22 AM

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TJB,

Isn’t there somewhere you can provide a list of user profiles which do not get disabled after 60 days?

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  • PeterJS
    There's a paramater on the user profile - Password expiration interval (PWDEXPITV). This is set to *SYSVAL by default so it picks up the system Value QPWDEXPITV - 60 days in your case. Change this to *NOMAX and the password will never expire. As follows: CHGUSRPRF user_id PWDEXPITV(*NOMAX)
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  • KevinBattreall
    If you Analyze Default Passwords (ANZDFTPWD) to disable or expire user profiles that are not used. You can use Change Active Profile List (CHGACTPRFL) to omit user profiles from being disabled or expired. These commands are on the SECTOOLS menu.
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  • TomLiotta
    If the profile is regularly in use, it's being disabled because the password has expired. Previous signon date won't make the slightest difference in that case. Set password expiration to avoid it as noted above. Of course, if you don't also have the profile be very tightly restricted in what it can do, you're potentially opening a massive security hole into your system. The process itself is probably a very bad way to do whatever it is that the profile is needed for. Tom
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