You can't find the nvsniffer etc. in srf OVWCmds but in ovw.
Why ? I don't know.
Von: Vladimir Petr[SMTP:NV-L@UCSBVM.UCSB.EDU]
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 3. Februar 1999 20:46
An: URICHTER; NV-L
Betreff: [Fwd: Can't run nvsniffer command]
I am a little bit confused and will correct my statement. Modify OVWCmds
only for the group you
would like to have access to the commands. If you look at
/usr/OV/security/C/Domains, you'll see
each group has its own OVWCmds. Modify the file for the appropriate
For instance, in
/usr/OV/security/C/Domains/SrAdmin, enter this entry into the OVWCmds:
"nvsniffer" rx FALSE executable
Log out and back in and you will be able to run nvsniffer. If you
/usr/OV/security/C/Domains/registration/OVWCmds, each NEW group would
the permissions you have
set but not any current one.
----- Forwarded Message -----
From: Vladimir Petr <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Discussion of IBM NetView and POLYCENTER Manager on NetView
Subject: RE: Can't run nvsniffer command
Ooooops..., I have overlooked the OVWCmds in
/usr/OV/security/C/Domains/registration. You should
be able to enter a new entry for nvsniffer so that you can run it.
"Aske, Jeff W. - CION" wrote:
> I can't run the new Netview 5.1 commands (nvsniffer, nvdbformat,
> etc) with security turned on. It returns a
> "nvs_isClientAuthorized(): permission denied for "nvsniffer"." Also,
> the new sorting feature for submaps is grayed
> out on all clients. I've looked in the Security Admin for these
> menu/command options to be turned on, but no luck.
> Any help would be appreciated.
> Jeff Aske
> Portland, Or.