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vmsserbo
Super Advisor

ACL

I got this email. How do I corect this?

ACL not set for DENVER$DKA300:[000000]SORT.DIR. Please correct.

Thanks!
6 REPLIES
Steven Schweda
Honored Contributor

Re: ACL

Ask the fellow who sent the e-mail.
Shankar Bose
Advisor

Re: ACL

Miles,

ACL of the user need to be set for DENVER$DKA300:[000000]SORT.DIR

You can have a look at
HELP SET SECURITY /ACL .


Shankar
Robert Brooks_1
Honored Contributor

Re: ACL

The vagueness of this question, coupled with your apparent expectation that we can actually help solve this problem with no other information, strengthens my suggestion given in an earlier thread that you spend some serious time with the VMS documentation set.

You have no idea what you don't know, and a few hours with the doc set should improve your knowledge a fair amount.

While this forum is a good venue for solving "point problems", it is not a replacement for general knowledge of the subject matter, about which you appear to have very little.

-- Rob
Thomas Ritter
Respected Contributor

Re: ACL

let me guess. It's a sortwork area used by all.
So try this


$ set file/acl=(id=[*],options=default,access=read+write+execute+delete)
comarow
Trusted Contributor

Re: ACL

Miles,

VMS does not send emails regarding your ACLSs. Some application is set up to do this.

As you gather, this forum is a great place to ask and receive information. However, you might find your life is becomes much easier with a systems management class.

There's a chance that the last post may, as a WAG solve this problem, but understand, this is not a VMS problem.
Allan Bowman
Respected Contributor

Re: ACL

Miles,

My guess is that you have an application running that does a system integrity and/or security check. It found what it considered to be a problem with your SORT directory and sent you an email.

You should be able to ignore the email - it doesn't sound like any programmed action was being prevented (although I may be wrong). And then take some time to learn about ACLs, and when ready, try fixing the problem with the ACL your application expects (rather than someone else's guess as to what it should be - the possible ACLs are almost infinite).

Allan in Atlanta