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As a workaround, you could save and restore the object and the private authorities by specifying *YES for the PVTAUT (Private authorities) parameter on the SAVOBJ/RSTOBJ commands. The saved owner name, primary group name, public authority and private authorities are saved with the objects that are saved and restored with the objects that are restored.
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The CAAC has reviewed this IBM Idea and recommends that IBM view this as a “nice to have” low priority feature.
After all these years this has not been a major want from the community, however, there is benefit to adding a parameter.
Background: The COMMON Americas Advisory Council (CAAC) members have a broad range of experience in working with small and medium-sized IBM i customers. CAAC has a key role in working with IBM i development to help assess the value and impact of individual IBM Ideas on the broader IBM i community and has therefore reviewed your Idea.
For more information about CAAC, see www.common.org/caac
Carmelita Ruvalcaba- CAAC Program Manager