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This section describes how to set an account and password for the parameter using the PATROL Developer Console for Windows and UNIX. 

Parameter security properties

The following table describes the security properties of a parameter.

Parameter security properties

Property

Default

Description

User name

None

Enter the username that the parameter uses to execute commands.

Password

None

Enter the password for the user name that the parameter uses to execute commands.

Specifying parameter security on Windows

In this task, you will specify a user account and password for the parameter to use for executing commands.

To specify parameter security

  1. Click the Security tab on the Parameter Properties dialog box for the appropriate parameter as shown in the following figure 

    Parameter Properties dialog box, Security tab
  2. Select, add, or modify the appropriate options that appear on the Security tab.
  3. Click Apply to save the changes to the PATROL KM.

Specifying parameter security on UNIX

In this task, you will specify a user account and password for the parameter to use for executing commands.

To specify parameter security

  1. Choose Edit > Modify from the List of Parameters window menu bar to change the selected parameter.
    A Parameter Definition dialog box appears, similar to the one shown in Parameter Definition dialog box, General. The security-related fields appear as in the following figure. 

    Parameter Definition dialog box, Security

  2. Type the user name and password of the account under which the parameter is to be executed in the Username and Password fields in the Parameter Definition dialog box.
  3. Click OK to apply the changes.

KM output-parameter security

The following figure shows sample output created by the PATROL Developer Console when you supply a user name and password for a parameter to use for executing commands. 

 KM output-application class parameter security 

 

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