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%DMRMAN-E-KEYNOTDEF, Key is Not Defined

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Sial_1
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%DMRMAN-E-KEYNOTDEF, Key is Not Defined

hi,

we have GS80 with OpenVMS v7.3 installed on it. we installed SSH(secoure shell) on it. after SSH installation other users are connecting ok but only one user when connecting through ssh with server continuously giving this message after login
" Press (RETURN) to continue...
%DMRMAN-E-KEYNOTDEF, Key is Not Defined "
Please help me to solve this prolem.

OS and SSH versions are
DEC AXPVMS TCPIP_SSH T5.3-15 Full
DEC AXPVMS VMS V7.3 Oper System

thanks in advance.

Kashif
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Bob Talbot
Occasional Advisor
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Re: %DMRMAN-E-KEYNOTDEF, Key is Not Defined

Hi Kashif,
It sounds like the problem occurs after the user logs in. Check the LOGIN.COM (or whatever the LGICMD file is) to see what is causing that error. Also, have the user log in from another terminal that has successfuly worked for someone else. If the error follows the user, it is most likely the login command procedure used.

It does not appear to be a SSH or VMS issue, but a possibly misspelled command in the LOGIN.COM file.

Hope this helps.

Bob