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Authorizations
Deleting Authorizations

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Deleting Authorizations
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Authorizations can be deleted from a user, toolbox, system group, or individual system.

If all authorizations are deleted, no one, not even a user with full configuration rights, can view or manage any systems.

To delete an authorization:

  1. Select OptionsSecurityUsers and AuthorizationsAuthorizations.

  2. Select the authorizations to be deleted.

  3. Click [Delete]. A confirmation box is displayed.

  4. Click [OK] to delete the authorizations or click [Cancel] to cancel the deletion process and return to the User section.

    The authorizations are deleted.

Command Line Interface

Users with full configuration rights can use the mxuser command to delete 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 one or more 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.

Related Procedures

» Authorizations - Creating New Authorizations
» Authorizations - Authorization Report

Related Topics

» Administering the Software - Users and Authorizations
» Administering the Software - Authorizations