The REMOVE subcommand disassociates a certificate and a key ring.
The REMOVE subcommand disassociates a certificate and a key ring. A key ring is a collection of digital certificates that are associated with an individual user.
REMOVE Certdata(user01.suffix)|USER(userid1) KEYRING(userid2.suffix) RINGNAME(ringname) LABEL(label)
Example: Remove keyring association
As a security administrator, you manage what users can share digital certificates across multiple servers. USER02 no longer needs to be associated with keyring user01.
REMOVE CERTDATA() LABEL(user02user02 certificate) KEYRING() RINGNAME(user01user01 key ring)
In this example, CERTDATA record user02 is removed from keyring user01.
- CERTDATA(userid1.suffix)Specifies the record key of a CERTDATA record to remove from a key ring. Userid1 is a one- to eight-character userid associated with the CERTDATA record. The suffix is one- to eight-characters used to make the record key unique. The suffix is separated from the userid by a period. If LABEL is specified in addition to suffix, suffix and the label must refer to the same CERTDATA record.
- USER(userid)Removes the connection to the certificates connected with a corresponding CONNECT command that is issued with the USER parameter. This value does not remove certificates for the USER connected with the CERTDATA parameter.
- KEYRING(user02.suffix)Specifies the record key of a KEYRING record from which to remove the certificate. User02 is a one- to eight-character userid associated with the KEYRING record. The suffix is one- to eight-characters used to make the record key unique. The suffix is separated from the userid by a period, and cannot be specified when RINGNAME is used.
- RINGNAME(ringname)Specifies the ring name of a KEYRING record from which to remove the certificate. The ring name can be up to 237 characters long.
- LABEL(label)Specifies the label of a CERTDATA record form which to disassociate a key ring. The label can be up to 32 characters long. The label can contain blanks and mixed-case characters.