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OpenVMS flags question
From: "lgpm" <lgpmsec () gmail com>
Date: Sun, 1 Nov 2009 08:33:42 -0500

Hi List,

Could someone please advise regarding these flags in OpenVMS:
1- DISCTLY: should it be set or not? I mean, if this flag is not listed in
the flags list, accounts would be able to prematurely abort the system login
sequence, preventing certain procedures from being executed during login.
And when they do so, does login continue normally (without running the
scripts of course), or does it stop at one point?
2- DEFCLI: having it not set allows accounts to avert security monitoring
during use; what kind of security monitoring are we talking here?

Thank you,
.\lgpm


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