Define Your User Groups

User groups simplify the definition of user records -- a user is allocated to a group, inheriting all of its access authorizations.
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User groups simplify the definition of user records -- a user is allocated to a group, inheriting all of its access authorizations.
Follow these steps:
  1. Define a set of logical groups. Each group has specific authority needs in your region. In addition to the default groups, there is a special group for background user IDs.
     You can manually define users with significant privileges using UAMS.
  2. For each group, create a UAMS GROUP definition with the appropriate set of privileges.
    The following default GROUP definitions are created automatically when a region starts for the first time:
    • $RMADMIN
    • $RMOPER
    • $RMNOPER
    • $RMMON
    • $RMBUSER
    You can recreate these definitions at any time by executing the supplied NCL procedure, $NMUAINI. We recommend, however, that you do not delete unused groups.
     For
    CA SOLVE:FTS
    ,
    CA SOLVE:Access
    ,
    CA SOLVE:InfoMaster
    , and
    CA SOLVE:NetMail
    , create your GROUP definitions manually, because no default definitions are created.
    To run $NMUAINI:
    1. Enter
      CMD
      from the primary menu to display the Command Entry panel.
    2. Enter
      $NMUAINI
      at the command prompt (===>).