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Uninstall Net IQ, and it's impact.

Currently we are running Net IQ on our AS400 OS. Net IQ was placed on my lap, and now I'm the person to get all information on this program. I have an idea of what this program does, but the main question is, what is the impact of removing this program? What will it break? We are approaching our maintenance period, and unsure if this program is necessary. If any one can help I would appreciate it, or at least guide me in the right direction.

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Re: Uninstall Net IQ, and it's impact.

You have two problems that I can see:

First, this is a chat forum, not for things technical.

Second, NetIQ is a company, not a program, so once you find the actual
program installed, you may have better luck pinning down which forum can
better help you.

If you have an idea of what the program does, you could post about it here
and maybe we can help you identify the program. If you know the name of
the program, then we cannot probably help much more here. I know that
NetIQ Identity Manager (IDM) has a mainframe piece for provisioning users
to the mainframe, and I know that NetIQ Sentinel can receive events from
mainframes, maybe via an agent on them (not sure), but otherwise I cannot
divine what you are using.

Good luck.

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