Special Comment Reference

Some of these special comments are created by cacc, either automatically because of system conditions or in response to administrative or management functions you used. Others you must add to the appropriate user source directory, directory profile, or skeleton file.
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Some of these special comments are created by 
CA VM:Secure
, either automatically because of system conditions or in response to administrative or management functions you used. Others you must add to the appropriate user source directory, directory profile, or skeleton file.
 
CA VM:Secure
 sets the values for many of these special comments. Some of the values it sets are in response to user actions. Other values it sets are in response to commands that you, another system administrator, or a directory manager issues.
Do not edit a special comment directly.
Comment types, where they are allowed, and how they are added and maintained are listed in the following table. Their functions are described in the following sections.
 
Special Comment
 
 
Allowed In
 
 
Added to File By
 
 
Value Set By
 
 
 
MANAGERS File
 
 
Skeleton Files
 
 
Directory Profiles
 
 
Directory Entries
 
 
 
*AC=
account comment
 
Y
Y
Y
System administrator
System administrator
*ED=
edit history comment
Y
Y
Y
Y
System administrator
VMXGNR utility
CA VM:Secure
(only when you use CA VM:Secure commands to modify the directory entry)
*ENROLL
enroll comment
 
Y
 
 
System administrator
System administrator
*EX=
expire comment
 
 
 
Y
CA VM:Secure (when someone expires a user ID with the EXPIRE command)
CA VM:Secure (when someone expires a user ID with the EXPIRE command)
*FL=
password flag comment
 
 
 
Y
CA VM:Secure (used with the Rules Facility)
CA VM:Secure
*FP=
file pool comment
 
 
 
Y
CA VM:Secure
CA VM:Secure (based on the file pools in which the user ID is enrolled)
*HS=
history comment
 
Y
 
Y
System administrator
CA VM:Secure
*LA=
last (x)autolog comment
 
 
 
Y
CA VM:Secure with Rules Facility
CA VM:Secure
*LL=
last logon comment
 
 
 
Y
CA VM:Secure with Rules Facility
CA VM:Secure
*NB=
NOLOGBY comment
 
Y
Y
Y
CA VM:Secure (when someone issues the PASSWORD command with the BYONLY option for a user ID)
CA VM:Secure
*PW=
password history comment
 
Y
 
Y
System administrator
VMXGNR utility
CA VM:Secure
*PWnn=
Traditional password or password phrase values
 
 
 
Y
CA VM:Secure
CA VM:Secure
*SP=
sample profile comment
 
Y
 
Y
System administrator
System administrator (CA VM:Secure removes this comment from a directory entry when that user ID’s 191 minidisk is created or when that user ID is enrolled in SFS and the IPL statement is updated with the file pool name)
*US=
user exit comment
 
Y
 
Y
System administrator
System administrator