This knowledge article is subject to the DISCLAIMER provided at the bottom.
The user is unable to access the options under autosys_secure - access is blocked with the following error:
CA WAAE Security Utility
CAUAJM_W_10450 Only the CA WAAE EDIT superuser can activate external security.
CAUAJM_W_60050 Insufficient privileges to execute options 1 through 4.
CAUAJM_W_60045 Only an CA WAAE EDIT superuser has access to all options!
Please select from the following options:
 Manage [email protected] or [email protected] users.
 Get encrypted password.
 Exit CA WAAE Security Utility.
The user is in EEM mode and has swapped to Native Mode. Now, they cannot launch options 1-4 as 'autosys' or 'root'. To revert back to EEM mode, the security setting for Autosys need to be manually reset.
To manually reset the security setting for autosys_secure, you will need to access the AEDB and run the following SQL queries:
delete from aedbadmin.ujo_keymaster where hostid = 'SECURITY';
update aedbadmin.ujo_alamode set int_val=0 where type = 'JOB';
update aedbadmin.ujo_alamode set int_val=0 where type = 'EVT';
delete from aedbadmin.ujo_alamode where type = 'SEC';
delete from ujo_keymaster where hostid = 'SECURITY';
update ujo_alamode set int_val=0 where type = 'JOB';
update ujo_alamode set int_val=0 where type = 'EVT';
delete from ujo_alamode where type = 'SEC';
DISCLAIMER: The procedure documented herein bypasses the WAAE external security (Embedded Entitlements Manager a.k.a EEM) and hence all security authorization policies setup in EEM for the WAAE instance in question will NOT be available until external security is reactivated. Ensure the WAAE Application server(s) and Scheduler(s) are stopped before carrying out this procedure so that no unauthorized actions (autorep, sendevent, etc) are processed whilst the WAAE instance security is being reset.