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"autosys" default user unable to define/read machine in scheduler host

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Article ID: 226358

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Products

CA Workload Automation AE

Issue/Introduction

I have built new Autosys on Linux OS with AD integrated EEM.

Migrated autosys server from Windows host to Linux host 

I can access autosys_secure using "autosys" user id but unable to execute the 'autorep' command to check the machine definitions and other command to create JIL.

Can you please help me how can i make this local "autosys" user to be master.

 

Cause

Migration from Windows host to Linux host will impact on default OS user in which 'administrator' user and 'autosys' host for Linux environments if EEM policies implied on autosys server after importing.

 

Environment

Release : 11.3.6 Sp8

Component : CA Workload Automation AE/EEM

Resolution

- From Windows to Linux

- Since Windows uses administrator user and Linux environment uses  'autosys' as default user

- Issue persisted after migration of EEM policies, as-machine policy restricted 'autosys' user

- After adding 'autosys' user into as-machine policy with permissions required

- 'autosys' user able to view machine definitions and create accordingly