AUTHCTL command

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Summary

Privileges
System manager
Function
Displays information about the Model 204 external security interface in use (RACF, ACF2, Top Secret, or none)

Syntax

AUTHCTL VIEW [interface]

where interface is RACF, ACF2, or TOPSECRET.

Example

The following example shows Model 204 7.7 AUTHCTL VIEW output for a system using RACF (Security Server). The output includes listing whether the parameter settings are defaults or whether they were dynamically loaded or linkage edited with the load module:

AUTHCTL VIEW Rocket Model 204 using RACF V2.2 Parameters linked in with load module, available SECPLIST values: RACFPARM RACFPARM2 RACFPARM3 RACFPARM4 RACFPARM5 RACFPARM6 Searching for SECPLIST=RACFPRM2 Using assembled default parameters Long passwords (Pass Phrases) supported RACF extended password handling active ROCKET RACF ID of job owner M204USER RACF Group of job owner GROUP M204RACF RACF control group name COMGRUP M204RACF RACF common control group name PRTY S default priority (STANDARD) VALIDATE NODLMC validation option in effect DEFUSR M204USR RACF user ID for CCASTAT users DEFGRP M204GRP RACF group for CCASTAT users DEFPAS ++++++++ RACF password for CCASTAT users DLMCHECK use $JOB dlm checking option 0 SAF function requests

Note: Versions of Model 204 prior to 7.7 do not display the introductory list of available SECPLIST values.

For more information about maintaining information for the security interfaces, refer to the Security interfaces overview.

AUTHCTL under SirSafe

For sites that are authorized for the SirSafe add-on product, the following AUTHCTL command variants are used to control SirSafe:

AUTHCTL A SIRSAFE AUTHCTL D SIRSAFE AUTHCTL C SIRSAFE AUTHCTL LIST SIRSAFE AUTHCTL REFRESH AUTHCTL TEST

For more information about these AUTHCTL variants, see the SirSafe command and function reference.