If I open multiple client windows on my laptop and log in as two different accounts ( super, and a domain user) I do not see anything in the Session Log for the second login. Am I missing something or is this a bug? I am currently working with a POC of CA PAM 2.8.2. As an administrator, I am working on setting up policies and testing user access,…(Show moreShow less)
Hi, Top Secret warriors, My client wants to use ACCES(ALTER) instead of ACCES(ALL) when giving acces to datasets. He is getting this error: CA TOP SECRET VERSION 16.0 SECURITY ACTIVITY/INCIDENTS REPORT # ACCESSOR JOBNAME FFM VC PROGRAM R-ACCESS A-ACCESS SRC/DRC myacid myjob 13F 01 myprog ALTER RS *08*-66 So, my…(Show moreShow less)
We have TSSINSTX installed and i need to verify a Top-Secret passed or failed. Our commands of course come through the COMMAND section of the exit. Which field do I look at ? I also need to know the acid-type ? Thanks , Scott
We would like to ensure that the PassTicket for an MFA user was generated by a user that logged on using their MFA credentials. We are working on our session managers (TPX) to generate pass-tickets for applications that the user signs onto. We see this as an exposure if the user was not validated via their MFA credentials and accessed an…
Can't get most z/OS V2.2 Unix-related components to work under TSS R16. z/OS V2.2 works fine under RACF. Need complete set of working TSS definitions for various z/OS V2.2 components: eg. z/OSMF, TCPIP, FTP, CFZCIM, CPO, WWW, etc. The various procs seem to initialize, but are not functional; with no TSS error messages.
Hi There, I think your problem likely needs some more in depth research that we cannot do via this community. If you open a Top Secret case on our CA Support Online website, one of our engineers will be able to diagnose your problem fully. Many Thanks keith
Hi, Currently ACF2 CASECAUT only allows an end user to change user password-related fields for other end users. It would be great if this could be extended to other (user)fields also. We for example have a field that represents the language code - it would be nice to allow designated people to modify it. Regards, Kristof
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We've been playing with PDS member level protection on a test LPAR for almost a year and it does not work with SMS option SETSMS SAM_USE_HPF(YES). It does work with SETSMS SAM_USE_HPF(NO). Has anyone else noticed this? We've had a ticket open with CA for most of this time with no resolution.
We are currently sharing our ACF2 security database across multiple LPARs on shared DASD. However, we now have a contractual obligation with another one of our vendor products to restrict access to their product on specific LPARs. I would like a LPAR name field added to dataset access rules so I can write rules that only apply to specific LPARs.