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Disabling security (Windows-mode security)

Disabling security for all MainView products that run in windows mode involves specifying an ESM type of NONE. To do this, you can:
  • Use the SEPDEF views

  • Modify member BBMTSS00 directly

Note

Security should be enabled or disabled for all CASs in the same communication network. Do not disable security for a CAS that communicates with another CAS where security is enabled.

To use the SEPDEF views

  1. From within Plex Manager, type SEPDEFL on the COMMAND line and press Enter.
  2. In the CMD line command field of the SEPDEFL view, type S next to the parameter definition member that you want to disable and press Enter.

    The SEPDEF view is displayed.

  3. On the COMMAND line, type EDIT and press Enter to request an edit session.
  4. On the COMMAND line, type CHAnge and press Enter.

    The Change Global Security Parameters dialog is displayed.

  5. In the ESM Type field, type NONE and press the END key.
  6. On the COMMAND line of the SEPDEF view, type SAVE and press Enter to save your change.
  7. Exit your MainView session and reinitialize the CAS.

    Reinitializing the CAS disrupts any connected PASs and cross-system communication sessions on the local system (the CAS and all associated PASs).

To modify the BBMTSS00 parameter definition member

  1. Check the BBSECURE parameter library for an existing BBMTSS00 member.

    If a BBMTSS00 member contains security parameters that you want to keep, rename the member to something else.

  2. Create a new member called BBMTSS00 in the BBSECURE parameter library.
  3. Add the following statement to the new BBMTSS00 member:

    ESM ESMTYPE(NONE);
  4. Save the new BBMTSS00 member.
  5. Reinitialize the CAS.

    Reinitializing the CAS disrupts any connected PASs and cross-system communication sessions on the local system (the CAS and all associated PASs).



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