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Message Posted: Wed, 28 Mar 2001 @ 21:09:33 GMT
Good point regarding CNSTERM.
If you have root access, you can also use the xgtwglobal utility. It doesn't require you to use cnsterm and there is both a line command version and an X-windows version. In addition to ABORTing sessions and users, you can also display sessions, users and hosts. More specifically, you can display the network hosts. xgtwglobal only gives you visibility to the network host you specify.
It's a decent tool, but it really doesn't help much for mainframe activity.
Thomas F. Stanek
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