Why does a Started Task that is defined to the Top Secret STC table receive ASSIGNED TO USER ++++++++ even though we defined ACID in the STC table?

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Question:
 
Why does a Started Task that is defined to the Top Secret
STC table receive ASSIGNED TO USER ++++++++ even though 
we defined ACID in the STC table?
 
Answer:
 
The user of '++++++++' indicates the started task starts before TSS 
is fully initialized and it runs in bypass. 
Once TSS comes up, the first call to that task should 
put the correct acid in. This is assuming that the STC is defined to the STC 
table. 
Recommend you moved the startup of the task to after TSS was active. 
 
*TSS2000I CA TOP SECRET MSTR INITIALIZATION IN PROGRESS 
*TSS2001I CA TOP SECRET MSTR INITIALIZATION COMPLETE 
TSS2069I Subsystem TSS is Active