What RACF parameters can be used to define a NetMaster background userID?

Document ID : KB000022719
Last Modified Date : 14/02/2018
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Summary:

The NetMaster Security Guide says, under topic 'Implementing Security': 'Note: NetMaster background User IDs must     be defined to the security system. If you are using an external security package, you must create these definitions within  your security system; if you are using UAMS, the definitions are created automatically.' An example of such definition, when   the security system is RACF, can be found here   (the listing of this example was obtained using the RACF LISTUSER command).

Instructions:

USER=NM01BSYS  NAME=NM BSYS ID             OWNER=OPSMVS    CREATED=08.219 
 DEFAULT-GROUP=OPSMVS   PASSDATE=N/A    PASS-INTERVAL=N/A PHRASEDATE=N/A 
 ATTRIBUTES=PROTECTED                                                   
REVOKE DATE=NONE   RESUME DATE=NONE                                       
 LAST-ACCESS=10.218/15:42:04                                               
 CLASS AUTHORIZATIONS=NONE                                                 
 NO-INSTALLATION-DATA                                                       
 NO-MODEL-NAME                                                             
 LOGON ALLOWED   (DAYS)          (TIME)                                     
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 ANYDAY                          ANYTIME                                   
  GROUP=OPSMVS    AUTH=USE      CONNECT-OWNER=OPSMVS    CONNECT-DATE=08.219 
    CONNECTS=   150  UACC=NONE     LAST-CONNECT=10.218/15:42:04             
    CONNECT ATTRIBUTES=NONE                                                 
    REVOKE DATE=NONE   RESUME DATE=NONE                                     
SECURITY-LEVEL=NONE SPECIFIED                                               
CATEGORY-AUTHORIZATION                                                     
 NONE SPECIFIED                                                             
SECURITY-LABEL=NONE SPECIFIED