Tech-Tips: HOW TO IDENTIFY AN ACID WITH NO PASSWORD?

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To identify all acid not having a password, you must run with the MSCA the following TSS command:

 

TSS LIS(ACIDS) DATA(PASSWORD)

 

To identify a specific acid not having a password, you must run with the MSCA the following TSS command:

 

TSS LIS(acid#) DATA(PASSWORD)

 

Where acid# is the acid to be listed.

The list will show *NOPW* as password, indicating that the acid doesn't have any password.

When the password is blanked out, it means that the acid has got a true password.

 

    Example #1:

 

    TSS LIS(CTS310A) DATA(PASSWORD) will show:

 

                     

    ACCESSORID = CTS310A   NAME       = CTS 310 REGION ACID

    PASSWORD   = *NOPW*                                   

                                                      

    TSS0300I  LIST     FUNCTION SUCCESSFUL

 

    The *NOPW* indicates that the acid doesnt' have a password.

 

 

Example #2:

 

TSS LIS(ACID#) DATA(PASSWORD)

 

                  

ACCESSORID = ACID#      NAME       = ACID NAME

PASSWORD   =

 

TSS0300I  LIST     FUNCTION SUCCESSFUL

 

The blanked out password indicates the the acid has got a password.   

 

KB Article ID : TEC1321183 is the correspondent technical article          

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