The question Find active values of SQLNET.ORA parameters on server received 0 upvotes and the OP issued a bounty of value 50 but no one answered. Therefore the OP posted an answer where he stated that there is no solution for this problem an accepted it. I think this is not a good idea to do so because if no one han't yet found an answer does not mean that an answer does not exit. Or is the way the OP handles this question desirable?
I tend to agree with you. A simple "this can't be answered" is not an answer. In this case, the OP is just assuming that, because nobody answered the question to claim the bounty, there is no answer. Something isn't impossible just because you don't know how to do it, or because 50 whole stack coins didn't persuade someone to spend any effort teaching you how.
I posed this question to the OP:
Are you really, really suggesting that a bounty of 50 meaningless Internet points waved in front of any DBA here who might have seen it means no Oracle DBA could ever solve this problem? If you go to Niagara Falls and wave $20 around for people to jump, and don't get any takers, does that immediately mean no human on earth would ever jump for $20?
am going to delete the answer shortly have deleted the answer. If the OP has a problem with it, he can come here and discuss it. He will be asked to demonstrate with evidence that there isn't an answer, not just say so due to lack of answers. At the very least he should answer with some suggested workarounds or what he tried that didn't work (but those could just as easily be added to the question).
Some related discussion (I really don't want to re-hash all of these arguments here):