I think you're trying to mix up two
different concepts; Unix operators and NetView operators. NetView has two
different security mechanisms; one each for Web Console and the classic
The web console lets you customize what
functions are performed by a couple levels of operator.
Activation of the classic security
mechanism is optional. If it is activated you can identify different
levels of capability by NetView subapplication by class.
Neither one is related to the Unix
super-user capability which is independent of the NetView mechanism.
The details are in the Administrator's
Tivoli NetView Support for DOE
From: owner-nv-l AT lists.us.ibm DOT com
[mailto:owner-nv-l AT lists.us.ibm DOT com] On
Behalf Of Meyos Yemveng
Sent: Monday, May 31, 2004 12:08
To: netview Tivoli
Subject: [nv-l] Unix Clients User
I am on SOLARIS 9, NV7.1.3 Fixpack2
Q1: how can I achieve the following for the NV UNIX
client? my intent is to launch the client using xterm (xhosts) or exceed.
1- One user called "superuser" who
will be able to perform superuser Roles similar to the ones in the Web-Console
2- One called "operator" who will be
able to perform operator Roles similar to the ones in the Web-Console
Q2: - I also had in mind to create several
non-root accounts and would like to do the same as in Q1 on the NV
Unix Client. How can I achieve this?
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