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User with no as-job read access to a job is able to run 'autorep -J <job_name>' and get results

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Article ID: 253911

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Products

CA Workload Automation AE

Issue/Introduction

A user that does not have read access for a job via EEM as-job policies is still able to run 'autorep -J <job_name>' and see the results.

Environment

Release : 11.3.6/12.0/12.0SP1/12.1

O/S: All

Resolution

When 'autorep -J <job_name>' is run with no additional arguments, the first EEM policy check that is performed is the AUTOREP as-list policy. If the user is granted access under this policy, they are allowed to see the results of the autorep command. If any other arguments are supplied (-d, -q, etc.), the user would require read access via as-job policies.