CL or EXIT program to find iSeries navigator users

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AS400 iseries
CL Program
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iSeries Navigator
How can I find iSeries navigator users? Is there any EXIT program or can I use any CL for this?

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  • TomLiotta
    As far as I know, there is no documented way to determine who is using iNav. I suppose you could connect with iNav and call all of the various functions to see what programs are called. Once you create a list, you could see how many of them are unique to iNav and aren't called by other iSeries Access functions. Then you could audit access to those programs. Why do you want to know? You can control who can use any of the iNav functions from your system. Further, no one can do anything through iNav that they aren't already authorized to do. Tom
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