Security Tool Description Details
ANZDFTPWD Analyze Default Passwords Prints a report listing all user profiles with
passwords equal to the user profiles name. These
profiles are not secure and require attention.
ANZPRFACT Analyze Profile Activity Checks user profile’s last sign-on date and last-used
date every day and disables any profiles that have
not been used for a specified number of days that
CHGACTPRFL Change Active Profiles List Lest you add and remove user profiles from the
ANZPRFACT command’s exemption list.
ANZPRFACT ignores all profiles that are on the
active profile list.
DSPACTPRFL Display Active Profiles List Lists user profiles that are on the ANZPRFACT
DSPACTSCD Display Activation Schedule Lists the schedule information that controls
enabling and disabling user profiles by date and
time. This information includes the user profile and
the valid inactive day and time you’ve specified for
that user on the CHGACTSCDE command.
CHGACTSCDE Change Activation Schedule Entry Creates and maintains user profile entries and their
activation day and time periods. For each user
profile, you can schedule days and times for which
the user profile is inactive, thus controlling that
user’s system use.
DSPEXPSCDE Display Expiration Schedule Lists user profiles that are scheduled to be removed
CHGEXPSCDE Change Expiration Schedule Entry Lets you create and maintain a list of user profiles
that you want to remove or disable at some point in
the future. This tool makes managing temporary
profiles easier by scheduling their removal so you
don’t have to remember to remove them. Each day
at one minute after midnight, the system runs a job
that examines this list and takes the appropriate
PRTUSRPRF Print user Profile Lets you print information about user profiles based
on selection criteria that you supply. (special
authorities, user class, mismatch between user class
and special authorities) You can print authority
information, environment information, and
PRTPRFINT Print Profile Internals Lets your print information about how “full” a user
profile is. User profiles contain an entry for each
object owned, each private authority the user has,
and each private authority another user has to
objects the user owns. If there are too many of these
entries, the user profile becomes full. If this
happens the user profile can’t own more objects, be
authorized to additional objects, or allow any
objects it owns to be authorized to another user.