From that manual:
On 11/22/2019 5:53 PM, James H. H. Lampert wrote:
If I did not consider the vendor trustworthy, the mere act of
requesting SST access would be considered grounds to permanently
blacklist the vendor.
Thanks, everyone. The overwhelmingly negative response to this really
just reinforces my original impression. When they asked for God
authority (ALLOBJ, SECADM, SERVICE, IOSYSCFG) on their regular profiles
it was bad enough, but I have never heard of requiring SST access.
Bruce, if you see this response and can enlighten me as to why someone
MIGHT need some form of SST access, that would be interesting. But the
vendor pretty specifically requested D/A/D.
I'm going to go back to them and be a little more specific in my
questioning. And at this point, I'll be very interested to see if it's
really the vendor or the business partner.
Thanks again, everyone!
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