To add a new authorization:
Select OptionsSecurityUsers and AuthorizationsAuthorizations, and then click [New]. The New Authorizations section is displayed.
In the Select User(s) dropdown box, select the user logins to which you want to add authorizations. You can select multiple users by holding the Ctrl key down while selecting users, or by selecting one user and holding the Shift key down to select a group of users. This is a required field.
In the Enter authorizations for the selected users section, select one of the following options:
Copy all authorizations of this user or [template]:
Select a user or template from the dropdown list
Manually assign toolbox and system/system group authorizations
In the Select Toolbox(es) dropdown box, select the toolboxes in which to include the users.
From the Select dropdown box, select whether you want to enable the user to manage System Group(s) or System(s) and then select the group or individual system from the dropdown box.
Click [OK] to save the new authorization and close the New Authorizations section. Click [Apply] to save the new authorization without closing the New Authorizations section, or click [Cancel] to cancel the creation process.
Command Line Interface
Users with full configuration rights can use the mxuser command to add authorizations from the command line interface (CLI). Users with limited configuration rights can use the mxtool command only on single-system aware (SSA) and Web-launch aware (WLA) commands they have access to. For assistance with this command, refer to the HP-UX or Linux manpage by entering man mxuser at the command line.
Users with limited configuration rights can use the mxexec command to launch command tools on systems from the command line interface. For assistance with this command, refer to the associated manpage.
Refer to Getting Started - Using Command Line Interface Commands for information on accessing the manpage.