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SECL003W User xyz defined in multiple groups

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  • 1.  SECL003W User xyz defined in multiple groups

    Posted 10-02-2019 06:50 AM

    Hello,
    I have some warning messages in Sysview  - SECL003W User xyz defined in multiple groups.
    I found that some users are defined in more then one security groups, but what I don't know is what group is higher in hiearchy of Sysview.
    Is there some overview, how to find what group is ''higher''? So I can remove multiple user without any inpact to their profiles.

    Thank you.
    Jan  



  • 2.  RE: SECL003W User xyz defined in multiple groups
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    Posted 10-03-2019 09:43 AM
    Hello Jan,

    There are two methods to determine what security group a user belongs too.
    One is to issue the USERS command while the user in question has an active session.
    You will note out to the right of the display that there is a column heading of Group.
    That will tell you the user group to which that Userid belongs.

    The second method is to get into Security.
    Issue the SECURITY command.
    Select the user Groups from the resulting display.
    From the resulting display enter on the Command line:
    WHERE UserID  <====  where UserId is the ID of the User in question.
    It will respond with a message:
    SECU029I User UserId would belong to group GROUP <==== Where GROUP is the group name the UserId belongs too.

    -Bob Brandl, BROADCOM / CA SYSVIEW Support Team

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    Robert Brandl
    Software Support Engineer, Team SYSVIEW
    Broadcom
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  • 3.  RE: SECL003W User xyz defined in multiple groups

    Posted 10-09-2019 02:29 AM
    Hi, Thank you for help