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HP Advanced Server for OpenVMS
Server Administrator's Guide

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Chapter 3
3 Managing Users and Groups
     3.1     Managing Network User Accounts
         3.1.1         Built-In User Accounts
         3.1.2         Types of User Accounts
         3.1.3         User Account Attributes
         3.1.4         Creating User Accounts
                Creating a Network User Account
                        Creating a Global User Account
                        Verifying That the User Has Been Added
                        Creating a Local User Account
                Creating User Account Templates
                Copying User Accounts
         3.1.5         Specifying Passwords
                Changing a User Password
         3.1.6         Specifying Group Membership
         3.1.7         Specifying Logon Hours
         3.1.8         Specifying Logon Scripts
                Setting Up a Logon Script
                Providing User Access to Logon Scripts
         3.1.9         Specifying Workstations
         3.1.10         Specifying Home Directories
         3.1.11         Specifying User Account Expiration Dates
         3.1.12         Specifying User Profiles
         3.1.13         Displaying User Accounts
                Example: Sorting the Display by User Full Name
                Example: Reviewing User Account Settings for a Specific User
         3.1.14         Modifying User Accounts
                Example: Adding an Existing User to a Group
                Example: Changing a User's Logon Hours
         3.1.15         Disabling and Removing User Accounts
                Disabling a User Account
                Deleting a User Account
         3.1.16         User Account Host Mapping
                Implicit and Explicit Host Mapping
                Establishing User Account Host Mapping
                        Setting Up Explicit Host Mapping
                        Displaying Host Mapping
         3.1.17         External Authentication
                Enabling External Authentication Per User
                Managing User Accounts
                Configuring the Server Capacity for External Authentication
                Synchronizing Passwords
                Disabling External Authentication
                Bypassing External Authentication When the Network Is Down
                Logging On to Externally Authenticated Accounts
                Avoiding User Name Conflicts
                Setting Up External Authentication by a Trusted Domain
                Changing the Default Domain for External Authentication
                Requirement for External Authentication Over DECnet-Plus
                SYS$SINGLE_SIGNON logical explained
                Applications Using External Authentication
                Data Structures Used in External Authentication
     3.2     Managing Advanced Server Groups
         3.2.1         Built-In Groups
         3.2.2         Setting Up User Groups
         3.2.3         Adding Users to Groups
                Adding Members to a New Group
         3.2.4         Copying Groups
         3.2.5         Modifying a Group
                Adding a Member to an Existing Group
                Removing a Member From a Group
                Changing the Description of a Group
         3.2.6         Deleting a Group
Chapter 4
4 Managing Directory and File Sharing
     4.1     Planning Directory and File Sharing
         4.1.1         Disk Resources
         4.1.2         Advanced Server Security Models
                Advanced Server Only Security Model
                        Windows NT Security Descriptors
                Advanced Server and OpenVMS Security Model
                        RMS Protections
                        Access Control Lists (ACLs)
         4.1.3         The Advanced Server and Windows NT Security Information
                Inheritance of Directory Permissions
                Inheritance of Ownership
                ACEs and OpenVMS Volume Index Files
                How the File Server Reads Windows NT Security Information on Files
                How the Advanced Server File Server Builds File Security Descriptor Information
                Streamlining Security Information Storage and Lookups
                        Managing the Index File on a Volume with Shared Files
                        Determining the Number of Index File Headers to Allocate
                Removing PATHWORKS ACEs
                Displaying Advanced Server for OpenVMS and PATHWORKS ACEs
         4.1.4         Controlling User Access to Disk Resources
                Administrator Access
                Group Access
                User Access
                Access Checks
     4.2     Administrative Shares
         4.2.1         The ADMIN$ Share
         4.2.2         The IPC$ Share
         4.2.3         Disk Administrative Shares
                Autoshare Names
                Defining Autoshares
                The Autoshare Parameter
                The NoAutoshare Parameter
                Sharing DECdfs Devices
                Autosharing in an OpenVMS Cluster Environment
                Synchronizing Autoshares
     4.3     Managing Shared Directories and Files
         4.3.1         Default Shares
         4.3.2         Creating a Share
                Preparing to Share a Directory
                Planning Share Permissions
                Creating a Share
                Creating a Personal Share
                        Procedure for Creating a Personal Share
                Stopping Directory Sharing
         4.3.3         Displaying Information About Shares
                Displaying Information About a Specific Share
                Displaying Share Permissions
         4.3.4         Changing Share Properties
         4.3.5         Planning File and Directory Access Permissions
                File and Directory Access Permissions
                Setting Permissions on a File or Directory
                Inheriting Permissions
         4.3.6         Specifying File and Directory Access Permissions
         4.3.7         Displaying File and Directory Access Permissions
         4.3.8         Using Network Permissions and OpenVMS Protections
                OpenVMS Protections
         4.3.9         Auditing Directory and File Access
         4.3.10         Taking Ownership of Files or Directories
                Authorizing a User to Take Ownership of a File or Directory
                Taking Ownership of a File or Directory
         4.3.11         Managing Shares from a Windows NT Server
                Adding a Share from a Windows NT Server
                Displaying and Modifying Shares from a Windows NT Server
     4.4     Unicode and Extended Character Sets
         4.4.1         Requirements and Restrictions
         4.4.2         Configuring Extended Character Sets
         4.4.3         How the Advanced Server File Server Stores and Handles Character Data
                File Name Storage and Handling on ODS-2 Volumes
                File Name Storage and Handling on ODS-5 Volumes
         4.4.4         How to Change the Way ADMINISTER Commands Handle and Display Extended Character Set Characters
                How the Default Input and Output Modes Are Determined
                Examples: How Each Mode Affects ADMINISTER Command Input and Output
                How to Display the Current Mode Settings
         4.4.5         Creating Print Shares with Unicode Extended Characters
     4.5     Using ODS-5 Disk Volumes in the Advanced Server Environment
         4.5.1         Requirements for Using Extended File Specifications and Extended Character Sets
         4.5.2         Managing Shares on ODS-5 Disk Volumes
                Displaying Shares and Files on ODS-5 Disk Volumes
                Converting File Names
                Displaying the Disk Volume Type
                Specifying File Names in ADMINISTER Commands
                Storing Files on ODS-5 Disk Volumes
                        Windows File Naming
     4.6     File Names for Files Stored on the Advanced Server
         4.6.1         File Naming Conventions: ODS-2 and ODS-5 Comparisons
         4.6.2         Support of Alias File Names
                Advanced Server Alias File Names
                Example Listing Showing Alias File Names

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