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Top Secret FTPS fails on z/OS 2.3 TSS7257E Unauthorized Access Level for CSFSERV

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Article ID: 145640

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Top Secret

Issue/Introduction

Executing a FTPS for the first time on a test LPAR that was upgraded from z/OS 2.1 to z/OS 2.3.  The following TSS error messages are issued:

TSS7257E Unauthorized Access Level for CSFSERV <CSFRNG>

TSS7257E Unauthorized Access Level for CSFSERV <CSFIQA>

TSS7257E Unauthorized Access Level for CSFSERV <CSFRNG>

Environment

Release : 16.0

Component : CA Top Secret for z/OS

Resolution

The violation message TSS7257E Unauthorized Access Level for CSFSERV
Shows the ACID to the resource CSFSERV but not at the required access.
Run TSSUTIL Report to show what the current access level is and what the Required level was
example currently ACC(READ) requested ACC(CONTROL).
Need to permit the required access to the acid or profile 

TSS PER(xxxx) CSFSERV(CSFIQA)   ACC(xxx)
TSS PER(xxxx) CSFSERV(CSFRNG) ACC(xxx)

For additional CSFSERV information you can click HERE  for Top Secret commands for creating authorizations for z/OSMF core functions on your system.
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