How do I remove the subsystem routing entries System Access Analysis uses? (NETIQKB51258)

  • 7751258
  • 02-Feb-2007
  • 13-Jul-2007

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How do I remove the subsystem routing entries System Access Analysis uses?

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How do I remove previously-configured job redirection instructions?

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PSAudit 7.5

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PSAudit 8.0

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System Access Analysis (SAA)

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NetIQ Security Solutions for iSeries

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VigilEnt Security Agent for iSeries

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This article explains how to remove the subsystem routing entries System Access Analysis (SAA) uses. You may want to remove subsystem routing entries for any number of reasons, including the following:

  • You use a tool other than SAA to manage routing entries.
  • You no longer require the type of logging specified in a subsystem routing entry.

SAA provides a Remove Routing Entries tool for removing routing entries specific to SAA.  However, no menu option exists to run the tool.

To remove subsystem routing entries used by System Access Analysis:

  1. Log in to the iSeries server where NetIQ Security Solutions for iSeries is installed with a user profile authorized to PSAudit.

  2. On the command line, type the following command:

  3. PSAUDIT/RMVRTG SBSD(subsystem) LIB(library)

    where subsystem is the subsystem from which you want to remove subsystem routing entries and library is the library name.

  4. Press Enter.



Additional Information

Formerly known as NETIQKB51258

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