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Turnover User Profiles – Setup IBM i *USRPRF in Turnover Change Management tool 

 May 11, 2016

By  NickLitten

So, we have IBM i User profiles defined and these users now want to use TURNOVER – so what next? Luckily, defining a user is very simple just launch Turnover (in this blog I use the Windows version running on Windows10) and click the machine you want to administer.

TURNOVER FOR WINDOWS

click SYSTEM | Administation | Users and selected the group you want to work with:

Turnover User Profiles

If you select and existing user or add a new one you will see :

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NOTE: Remember to add users to appropriate Approval Lists if necessary.

We can also do these same functions using the basic green screen interface.

TURNOVER TERMINAL COMMAND LINE

The TURNOVER menu looks like this:

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Taking option 3 lets us maintain the user profiles that are allowed to (a) use turnover and (b) define the roles of that person:

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Once you have selected the various options (using an X) you must also assign appropriate authority for Applicatoins and Projects:

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Of course you can also delete users from this list. The user will be removed from TURNOVER but the *USRPRF will not be actually deleted from IBM i operating systems.

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NickLitten


IBM i Software Developer, Digital Dad, AS400 Anarchist, RPG Modernizer, Shameless Trekkie, Belligerent Nerd, Englishman Abroad and Passionate Eater of Cheese and Biscuits. Nick Litten Dot Com is a mixture of blog posts that can be sometimes serious, frequently playful and probably down-right pointless all in the space of a day. Enjoy your stay, feel free to comment and remember: If at first you don't succeed then skydiving probably isn't a hobby you should look into.

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