Here's what I've had to do to apply an Authlist to an IFS object. It requires two separate CHGAUT commands like so:



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From: midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Bob Voltz
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Subject: IFS Permissions and Authorization Lists

I have a subdirectory on the IFS that I want one user to have *ALL authority and all other users to have Read-Only.

I set up an authorization list for this subdirectory and did a CHGAUT, but it seems to have NO effect.

I even changed the authorization list to PUBLIC *EXCLUDE, with NO effect.


Bob Voltz

Information Systems Manager

Zhongding USA


330-878-7800 x214

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