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I have been out of programming for a few years, and am pretty rusty. We run a system that the end users have no command line access. Their printers have occasion to go into MSGW status (ie out of paper, etc.). They then have to call to get support to answer the MSGW on the WTR. I am hoping to be...
If user have *SPLCTL special authority he can view spool files , using wrksplf outqname option 5 . how to restrict it
I have several users using the exact same function and the overide works for some but not others. Do they need *SPLCTL authority as that is the only difference I have noticed.