QSECOFR device access

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*SECOFR
AS/400 user authority
AS/400 user profiles
OS/400 Security Officers
QSECOFR
USRPRF
with *AUTL's in active use, what is determining that a particular user profile only has access to a particular WS device? specifically, we have a SECOFR level user profile who can only access a single WS. She needs to be able to sign on with that profile from 'any' screen. I seem to dimly remember that there used to be a value on the user profile which determined the sessions. values are set thus: LMTCPB(*NO) LMTDEVSSN(*NO) signon is greeted with 'not authorised to device' so I'm suspecting that a specific authority needs to be granted to ?? something?? and it isn't really anything to do with the USRPRF.

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Check system values, WRKSYSVAL for QLMTSECOFR

Limit security officer device access. This system value controls whether users with *ALLOBJ or *SERVICE special authorities need explicit authority to specific work stations.

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  • Yorkshireman
    spot on.. it is, indeed, set for explicit device access. Many thanks
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