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with secadm authority i had created a user profile with limit session device, but when i trying to signon with that id, i can able to login more than one device, how could it possible, should i do anyother device?

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BY CMMD CHGUSRPRF in this Limit device sessions just type *NO.

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  • Rajasekhar15
    does it correct to change it NO, sri i think it shld b as *YES.
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  • CharlieBrowne
    *YES i s the correct answr
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  • TomLiotta
    i think it shld b as *YES. What is the value now? i can able to login more than one device Please clarify. The LMTDEVSSN(*YES) setting means that you can't have multiple concurrent sessions. It does not mean you can't use more than just one device. So, please describe the exact situation. It's not clear what you are seeing. Tom
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  • Rajasekhar15
    tom & charlie, i have change it as *YES, but user can able do another login, the user is in grp prf to, whether i shld make anyother changes in it.
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  • TomLiotta
    i have change it as *YES, but user can able do another login I would have to see it in order to add anything. Something is wrong. the user is in grp prf to Group membership shouldn't matter. Tom
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  • Rajasekhar15
    guys jst now i changed the Group profile as *NONE for the user, now its working, so even though we have changed the LMTDEVSSN(*NO), we should check group profile aslo
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  • TomLiotta
    jst now i changed the Group profile as *NONE for the user, now its working, I can put a user into a *SECOFR group with all special authorities, and LMTDEVSSN(*YES) continues to work as expected. The group shouldn't matter. user can able do another login Users can do additional logons when LMTDEVSSN(*YES) is specified. But not from multiple devices concurrently. The user should be restricted to sessions from a single device at a given time. For example, a user can still use SystemRequest to start a secondary job from the same device. The user is simply limited to using just the one currently used device for sessions. What exactly are trying to do? What do need to accomplish? Tom
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