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What Are The Valid Special Characters, If The CA Top Secret 'PASSCHAR' Control Option Is Not Set

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Issue/Introduction

Question:

Are there any valid special characters, if the PASSCHAR control option is not set?

Answer:

National characters ($, @, #) and characters { and } are valid characters when CA Top Secret 'PASSCHAR' Control Option is not set.

Additional Information:

Please refere to the CA Top Secret Control Options Guide for more details about the PASSCHAR control option.

Environment

Release: TOPSEC00200-15-Top Secret-Security
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