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Console message TSS7185E PASSWORD VIOLATION FOR CENTRAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATOR AT TERMINAL=xxxxxxx.

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Issue/Introduction

Description:

Why does the following message display on the Console for a password violation?

TSS7185E PASSWORD VIOLATION FOR CENTRAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATOR AT TERMINAL=xxxxxxx

Solution:

The TSS7185E message appears on the Console to notify the operators that an incorrect password was given during a sign on attempt for the MSCA.

This is a safe guard so that the operators can determine if the sign on attempt was by the authorized user of the MSCA who mistyped the password or by an unauthorized user attempting to sign on with MSCA.

Environment

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Component: AWAGNT