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If a user's account has been disabled for some reason, how can the system manager enable it? [message #127131] Fri, 08 July 2005 18:49 Go to next message
Athanasopolous
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Location: St. Louis
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If a user's account has been disabled for some reason, how can the system manager enable it?
Re: If a user's account has been disabled for some reason, how can the system manager enable it? [message #127151 is a reply to message #127131] Sat, 09 July 2005 03:54 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Frank Naude
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Registered: April 1998
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Are you referring to his Oracle or OS account? Please post the complete error message.

Best regards.

Frank
Re: If a user's account has been disabled for some reason, how can the system manager enable it? [message #127669 is a reply to message #127131] Tue, 12 July 2005 15:10 Go to previous messageGo to next message
DMcG
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Hmmm, If you're talking about VMS user accounts, you have to use the authorize tool.

run sys$system:authorize

UAF> mod user xxx /flags=nodisuser

Dougie McGibbon
Re: If a user's account has been disabled for some reason, how can the system manager enable it? [message #143827 is a reply to message #127669] Sun, 23 October 2005 01:16 Go to previous message
ogge
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Registered: October 2005
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Be sure to stay at the sys$system directory when you run the authorize program, otherwise ti will try to create another acc. file. If you do not want to move to the sys$system directory every time you want to manage users you can define a logical name. Just do as follows, "$define/system sysuaf sys$system:susyaf.dat" to make it systemwide...

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