How do I save the security settings created in operations navigator?

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FTP permission
iSeries V6R1
ODBC
Operations Navigator
Security
In operations navigator V6R1 I use Application Administrator to give users access to FTP, ODBC, File Uploads and Downloads etc... I would like to save these settings on a weekly basis. What do I need to save? Also, I have a backup system that I am replicating to. How can I replicate these security settings to the backup machine?

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IBM OS V6R1

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  • TomLiotta
    See the User Function Registration APIs to add, change and/or retrieve function usage information. Be aware that this is not quite a "security" function; it is simply a registry of information. The system does not enforce the settings you add there. Applications may use this registry for any purpose, or they may ignore it entirely. If an application does not read these entries, then the application will not enforce the rules. Some IBM applications (e.g., the Navigator and most iSeries Access functions) will read this registry and obey. A 3rd-party ODBC driver for example might or might not; ask the vendor. This is really intended for your own applications. Tom
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