Which Exit Points Are Called Within The TSSINTSX In a CPF Environment When Passwords Are Changed At Logon Time?

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Issue/Introduction



 

 

- Which Exit Points Are Called Within The TSSINTSX In a CPF Environment When Passwords Are Changed At Logon Time?

Environment

z/OS and TSSCPF active

Resolution

 

 

- With TSSCPF active, we need to considers two cases; What's going on onto the local node (where the password is initialy changed) and what's going on onto the remote node(s).

 

- For the TSSINSTX on the local node, entry PASSWORD CHANGE and entry SECURITY FILE CHANGE are called. 

- For the TSSINSTX on remote nodes, entry COMMAND VALIDATION and entry SECURITY FILE CHANGE are called.

Additional Information

 

- If you want to have more information about CA Top Sedret CPF (Command Propgation Facility) go to link:

 

https://docops.ca.com/ca-top-secret-for-z-os/16-0/en/using/command-propagation-facility

 

- If you want to have more information about the CA Top Secret TSSINSTX go to link:

 

https://docops.ca.com/ca-top-secret-for-z-os/16-0/en/using/extending-security-through-site-security-exits