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No sectools

No sectools

No sectools

Hi! , reviewing the security configuration of an AS400 server, asked for the output from go sectools to know if there were users with a password equal to the userid. But the system responded as the go sectools command was not found.

The system has Pentasafe for security and auditing, could it be blocking the sectools command? Can I do the same examination with Pentasafe?

RE: No sectools

Try the follwoing command. It will display any object with the name SECTOOLS. If it doesn't find any, the SECTOOLS menu has been removed.


RE: No sectools

tcsbiz's advice is good.
Make sure your user profile is authorized to the sectools.

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