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NetServer delegation of personnel authorized to enabled disabled profiles
I would like to delegate re-enabling users disabled for NetServer access to general help desk people. They know how to drill down to it using IBM Navigator for i at http://myibmi:2001 . "Enable" is grayed out. Documentation at https://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/ssw_ibm_i_74/rzahl/rzahlenableadisableduser.htm says they have to have *IOSYSCFG and *SECADM. I was hoping I could use Application Administration and just approve a few people on my help desk for this function without elevating their security for tasks they should not be doing.
Help desk support. They know to deal with the causes such as having the person reboot their pc after changing their passwords, maybe unmapping/remapping drives, and more.
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