what is the use of the QZOSIGNON jobs

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what is the use of the QZOSIGNON jobs?

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QZSOSIGN and QZSOSGND are <a href=”http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/iseries/v5r4/index.jsp?topic=/rzaii/rzaiimst23.htm”>Signon Server</a> jobs. The Signon server provides password management functions for i5/OS host servers with sockets support.

The Signon server provides security for clients. This security function prevents access to the system by users with expired passwords, validates user profile passwords and returns user profile security information for use with password caching and iSeries Navigator Application Administration.

(Taken straight from the embedded link. Found by typing “qzsosign” into the Information Center Search box.)

If, however, you actually have jobs named “QZOSIGNON” rather than QZSOSIGN or QZSOSGND, then you should be asking the person who started the jobs on your system rather than asking here. No one here will know what those jobs are.

Tom

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  • Abigail
    QZSOSIGN - Client server log on.
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  • harisudhan21
    Thanks Tom. great help
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  • sashka
    HiHow can I see who logout from client server (Navigator)
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  • TomLiotta
    ...logout from client server (Navigator)   Can you clarify that question? Are you asking about logging out of Navigator? Or are you asking about using Navigator to see who logged out of a client-server application? Or is it something else?   For the first, there is no logging out of Navigator; so there is no way to see it. For the second, you'll have to tell us what client-server application was logged in to, and then tell us how it handles log-outs; then maybe we can figure out how to see it. For the third, we'll have to see what your clarification is.   Tom
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