|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
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?
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