Message "XCOMN0287E ERROR SETTING REMOTE USERID" appears when doing a XCOM-transfer from Mainframe to Windows and no Userid is provided in SYSIN01. Initiating a transfer from the mainframe to Windows without specifying a userid as part of the SYSIN01 parameters is handled as a Trusted Security transfer. In this case the userid of the user submitting the job is used for the security checking on the remote system. This userid has to be defined on Windows as a trusted system and user as follows:
Hello this is Justo Sanchez i had a problem with CA XCOM 11.6 Windows
We have a CA XCOM 11.0 Windows that receives info from a CA XCOM z/Os but when I use the CA XCOM 11.6 Windows i receive the error Error setting remote user id
An error was encountered while trying to set the remote user ID.
Check that the remotely requested user ID is valid on your system, that the remote initiator has correctly entered it and the password for it, and that the user ID has "logon locally" authority.
I noticed that the same xcom.glb is equal on both systems.
I also review the Trusted Access (Both uses them) ...
I the defaults for remote initiated transfers as I said on Global Parameters - Security but it remains to do the same error
Hello Mr. Sanchez,
if you have problems with XCOM on Windows then please open a case via support.ca.com and we are happy to help.
Please provide us with both xcom.glb files as they should not be identical - there are some parameters specific to the Windows where XCOM runs, like SYSID=*** and SYSNAME=*** and all the parameters for trusted transfer: TRUST_ODBC=***, TRUST_PASS.ENCRYPTED=***, TRUST_USER=root, TRUST_OWNER=*** and TRUST_TABLE_PFX=***.
Thank you and Regards,
Our installation procedure includes defining "Access this computer from the network", in addition to "Allow log on locally". We added these policy attributes in order to avoid XCOMN0287E errors. But I think they were already required on 11.0, while you say that XCOM works well on the server with 11.0.
Still, you might want to add this other attributes and see if it helps!