If the user is authorized to have that privilege, the command succeeds. If the values match, the user is allowed in to Model She has over 30 years of IT experience in a variety of areas.
Changes similar to these are required in ACF2: A system manager can issue all system administrator commands plus certain other privileged commands. Model always attempts to log in User 0 automatically and verify that the user ID supplied matches the user ID of the owner of the address space.
Priority specified by a one-character value: For trusted logins, the format is: For example, if you enter the following command: Thanks to the following people for their invaluable contributions to this project: Understanding the higher-level issues and differences between the two products is an important starting point.
File, group, and subsystem security functions are defined and described in the File management and System management Mwiki pages. Any additional privileges are determined at the time a Model command requires a specific privilege.
User privilege names The following set of user privilege names define the possible privilege rules for a user.
The team that wrote this redbook This redbook was produced by a team of specialists from around the world working at the International Technical Support Organization Poughkeepsie Center. If this check is successful, account processing occurs. This section describes the login processing performed by the interface.
If the values do not match, standard CA-ACF2 account validation is performed to ensure that the user is allowed to log in under the specified account.
Do not supply a user ID or password on the login command for User 0; Model determines the owner user ID and supplies it automatically.
Security trusted login feature disabled This message is generated when either of these occurs: With proper planning, and perhaps with specially skilled people to assist in certain areas, the migration can usually be accomplished in an orderly way.
A privilege rule is tested whenever a user issues a command that requires a specific privilege. Otherwise, the login fails. He has 17 years of IT experience in a variety of areas, including computer operations, systems and applications programming, project management, line management, security administration, training and consulting.
She did security audits for internal IBM sites and for customers. Setting up the rules and masking patterns is a detailed process and is not described fully here.
If CA-ACF2 denies system access because of an invalid password or account, or if the user is not authorized to use Modelno login occurs and Model issues an error message. The rules for specifying position and bit mask are: The default is Computers & Security, 17 () Key Concerns in a Review of CA-ACF2/MVS Norman Crocker Cerro Gordo, Canhestws, P, Silves, Portugal.
read(a) write(a) exec(a) Specifies that the users have READ, WRITE, and EXECUTE authority to the data set.
Because ALLOC(A) is not specified, allocate authority is assumed to be prevented—that is, ALLOC(P)—which means that attempts to allocate data sets are denied and logged as violations. Oct 02, · Dumping ACF2 Resource Rules. Question asked by zguy on Aug 28, Latest reply on Oct 2, by Chris_Williams.
Cleanup for ACF2 generates commands to remove unused lines along with commands to restore (add back) the removed lines. 1 person found this helpful. Like • Show 6 Likes 6. Actions. Chris_Williams @ Klaus_Trieb on Aug 29 Reviews: Aug 10, · the z/os acf2 implementation manual contains the following The following rule set example addresses these questions.
It permits sharing of the ACF2 rule processing. Question asked by LexVanOs on Feb 25, Latest reply on Aug 10, READ(A) WRITE(A) ALLOC Reviews: 2. Press Enter to view the Logon ID information. In this example, Figure 2 displays the Logon ID in its natural state, as if you entered a native ACF2 command.
Display of a Logon ID via LIST results ACF2 LIST OUTPUT Line 1 of 13 Command. To display data set rules using the LIST command, complete the following steps: Figure 2. ACF2 decompiled output of a rule using LIST command SOFTWARE.- UID(NESYSPRG) READ(A) WRITE(A) EXEC(A) mint-body.com UID(NESYSPRG*****JSMITH) READ(A) WRITE(A) ALLOC(A) EXEC(A) mint-body.com UID.Download