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aamir4u
Regular Advisor

System is not trusted error

Hello,

when i run command =/usr/lbin/getprpw aamir 

 

appsdev2.mpmkvvcl.com#/usr/lbin/getprpw aamir 

System is not trusted.

 

OS=hp ux 11.31

 

why this error come.Plz help me.

Thanks
aamir uddin
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Dennis Handly
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: System is not trusted error

You can only run getprpw(1m) if your system is converted to trusted:

This command is available only to the superuser in a trusted system.

 

What were you looking for?  Try: logins -x -a -l aamir

aamir4u
Regular Advisor

Re: System is not trusted error

Hi,

 

I run getprpw on superuser.

How can converted systen to trusted

 

Why my system is not trusted?

why some command run on trusted mode.?

Thanks
aamir uddin
Dennis Handly
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: System is not trusted error

>How can converted system to trusted?

 

Are you sure you want to do this?  It is: (TO BE OBSOLETED)

You may want to look into SMSE:

https://h20392.www2.hp.com/portal/swdepot/displayProductInfo.do?productNumber=SecurityExt

This only lists 11.23 so perhaps it is already on 11.31?

 

>Why my system is not trusted?

 

It isn't the default.

 

>why some command run on trusted mode?

 

Because it needs that special password database.

rariasn
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Re: System is not trusted error

AnoopSivan
Occasional Contributor

Re: System is not trusted error

 

 

Trusted mode security implements additional system access protection from user authentication perspective.
Check with application administrators before implementing it.
below command will alter system in to trusted  mode.

# tsconvert


This will creates a new directory structure /tcb/files/auth that contains sub-directories "a" to "z". Each
sub-directory contains files for user acounts that begin with the sub-directories name.

To restore system back to standard security level

# tscovert -r