How Does The ASUSPEND Flag Get Set?

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Issue/Introduction

Description:

How does the ASUSPEND flag get set? Does it have to be set by an administrator, or does it also get set if a user is inactive too long?

Solution:

An acid that is ASUSPENDed is suspended for administrative reasons, for example, TSS ADD(acid) SUSPEND.
An acid that is suspended for inactivity is PSUSPENDed.

Please refer to the CA Top Secret Command Functions Guide for more details about ASUSPEND and PSUSPEND.

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Component: AWAGNT