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TSS7160W Facility <TSO> Not Authorized for Your Use

TSS7160W Facility <TSO> Not Authorized for Your Use

TSS7160W Facility <TSO> Not Authorized for Your Use

I can't find a forum specifically for CA-Top Secret (TSS), so this is the closest forum I could find.  Hopefully someone here knows something about TSS.

I've given my UserID every Admin right I can find in the TSS manual, but I still get this message when I login:

Quote (TSS):

TSS7160W Facility <TSO> Not Authorized for Your Use

I tried permitting myself to the TSO facility like this:


and it ran successfully, but I still get the error when I login.  (Don't ask me why I need the "ACID(user2)" on the permit command; it's the only way I could run it without getting an error)

Since the system is in Warn mode, I just get a warning, but it still lets me do what I want, but it would be nice if I could get rid of the warning.  I also get a not authorized to <BATCH> with JCL jobs...

RE: TSS7160W Facility <TSO> Not Authorized for Your Use

Nevermind.  I figured it out.

I ran:


and thought that would also give me access (in addition to allowing me to give other people access), but I actually had to do this to give myself access:



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