User Profile *Disabled

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What does it mean for a user profile to be *DISABLED.
ASKED: April 22, 2009  4:41 PM
UPDATED: April 23, 2009  8:50 AM

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If the account is *DISABLED. The user will just not be able to login. It does not remove object rights, and you can still add object authorities to the user profile.

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Hi,

Just an extra note – a user profile is often disabled because of invalid sign-on attempts. If a user tries to sign-on with an invalid password more than the number of times specified in the system value QMAXSIGN then the action in system value QMAXSGNACN is carried out.

Regards,

Martin Gilbert.

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  • AlanKristy
    What happens or does not happen when a user profile is changed to a status of *DISABLED. Is it that the profile can no longer signon. Does the profile loose any object rights? Can the profile still have objects created with the *DISABLED profile as the object owner?
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  • Technochic
    It soundslike you are talking about active directory accounts, but you still have not verified this is the case. Please clarify. Thanks.
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  • mshen
    *DISABLED tells me it is an AS400 account.
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