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    Client Session configuration Security (*.ws config Files)

    There should be a way to disable the communications configuration of ISERIES ACCESS. Joe Hertvik eluded to this back in 99 regarding System Policy Templates for Express Client. Joe??? Anyone??

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    Client Session configuration Security (*.ws config Files)

    Hi, I have Version CA V5R2 Install on my Network (500 Stations aprox). I want to prevent users to change settings in There Sessions : WorksationID, Host Code Page, Keyboard and Macro Setup. I Try to change security on the *.ws. It is not working, user can still change the active session configuration, but they cannot longer close their session. So, no help. There should be a way to prevent the user to access these configuration. Thank you, Salutation, jasmin.

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    Client Session configuration Security (*.ws config Files)

    In a previous life with a school board, we would assume the user would change things that we couldn't secure, therefore we just refreshed these files at the next reboot/login. Also, some files were attribed RO to prevent changes. This would work if we are just talking about files and not registry changes. Just a thought....

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    Client Session configuration Security (*.ws config Files)

    Ok, I see. Thank you for all David. Merci, Salutation, jasmin

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    OTOH is the generally recognized internet acronym for "On the Other Hand". It is used when there is more than one possibility. Dave

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    Client Session configuration Security (*.ws config Files)

    Thank you Dave for your response. Thant what I tought. But out of curiosity, what is OTOH and what it does? Merci, Salutation, Jasmin.

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  • Client Session configuration Security (*.ws config Files)

    There's no real complete preventative measures that you can take. OTOH you can initially configure the session without a toolbar. You may be able to remove menu options as well, although I am less sure about this. Dave
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