- System manager
- Updates all the terminal lists in the password table
The TMASKUPDATE command performs an update on all the terminal lists in the password table. This command is relevant only when the Model 204 terminal security feature is being used. The terminal list indicates which terminals are allowed to use a particular user ID, file, or group.
When a new terminal is added to the system configuration, TMASKUPDATE can be used to update all the terminal lists at once. The alternative is for the system manager to issue the LOGCTL command for each affected password table entry.
TMASKUPDATE loops through the password table, displaying each entry for which ALL has not been specified during the LOGCTL operation, and allows the system manager to specify a new terminal list or to enter a blank line (indicating no change).