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Several EXE files were installed on a production server. The AV did not detect them as viruses but we do not know what they do. We have copied them to a USB stick and deleted them and all references from production. How can we dissect the applications to see what they did or do?
I have problems trying to execute a program Windows from Iseries through the RUNRMTCMD, the message appears me is "command was not exceuted properly", these are the sentences I'm using CMS ('ls') RMTLOCNAME ('142.15.2..210' *IP) RMTUSER (USERID) RMTPWD ('PASSWORD')
Hi, I have used two EXFMT Statements successively in my RPG Program as shown below EXFMT FOR1 EXFMT FOR2. FOR1 is SFLCTL and FOR2 is a record to be overlayed in FOR1 at the bottom. Now I want my program to display FOR2 immdediately after FOR1. But I could realise that only whent the enter key is...