Screen MAN0002B Prompt "Skeleton Name: GENERAL"

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Last Modified Date : 15/03/2018
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Question:
Where is the "GENERAL" skeleton name originating and how to change it?  
I'm using VMSECURE MANAGE as shown here:


VMSECURE MAN NEWUSER1 

Screen MANAGE (Manager Selection Menu) is presented with a single option: 

1 Define or Reactivate a Userid 

I select option 1 (Define or Reactivate a Userid) and I am presented screen MAN0002B (Define a New Userid). 

There are four prompts: 

Skeleton Name: GENERAL 
Account Number: 
Distribution Code: 
Security Group Name: 



I cannot figure out where the "GENERAL" skeleton name is originating.
We have more than one skeleton defined at our shop, one of which is CSCUSER.

I would like the aforementioned "Skeleton Name:" prompt to show CSCUSER instead of GENERAL (saves us having to overtype the results). 

Can this be accomplished?  If so, how?


 
Answer:
The  VMSECURE ADMIN MANAGERS command will take you into the VM:Secure Managers file and display any skeletons you have defined. 
There is a SKELETON statement associated with a MANAGER statement. ​

You can use the ADMIN command to create or open for editing 

• A directory pool definition 
• A directory profile 
• A skeleton file 



ADMIN also can open: 

• The VMSECURE GLOBALS file 
• The VMSECURE MANAGERS file 
• The VMSECURE POSIX file 
• The SFS Managers Configuration Menu