IBM Exam 000-971: System i Administrator

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Hi friends, I have this pdf --> http://down.killtest.com/000-971.pdf. The question 37: 37.A system's QSECOFR profile has been disabled. How can QSECOFR be enabled without an IPL? A.Sign on at the system console with QSECOFR. B.Set the system panel to the "Secure" position. C.Use ASMI to reset the Managed Server's QSECOFR profile. D.Set the system panel to the "Manual" position, then enter code 20. Correct:A Why ?, the user QSECOFR has been disabled. Thanks, Roberto

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Hi,

If the profile’s been disabled I don’t see how you can sign on with QSECOFR. If you have another profile with the same authority as QSECOFR then you could use that profile to reset QSECOFR. I normally setup a “reserve” copy of QSECOFR just in case of these sort of emergencies.

Regards,

Martin Gilbert.

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  • Lovemyi
    The QSECOFR ID when disabled will still be enabled at the console device only. This is the only ID that works that way. This is a safegard built into the OS to keep IBM from having to send someone onsite and use their bag of tricks which will be very costly and will result in the machine having to be IPL'd to DST. You still need to know the correct password and once you get into the system you still have to manually enable the QSECOFR ID. Lovemyi
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  • Gilly400
    Hi, That I didn't know - you learn something everyday. I guess that's only useful if somebody's disabled it after forgetting the password, but someone else still remembers what the password should be. Does this also work through the HMC? I guess it should... Regards, Martin Gilbert.
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