GetPWSS

Checks PATHWAY security settings

01Apr2014
Server names are now displayed.

31Mar2014
Support of single PATHMON name.

05Dec2011
Evaluation of criticality fixed.

21Apr2011
All monitors, started from a SUPER group member, are now marked as critical.

29Jun2010
The CAID is now displayed along with the users name, which might be an Alias name.

04Jun2010
Owner entries like: \*.100,5 are handled correctly now.

02Jun2010
Local owner IDs are handled correct now.

02Feb2010
All GetPWSS programs now run named.
PATHWAY errors are now reported correctly.

20Mar2009
Compiled for code 700 as well as 800.

17Nov2004
An invalid PATHWAY OWNER no longer causes GetPWSS to trap.

The GetPWSS utility is a freeware tool from GreenHouse Software &
Consulting. It collects the security attributes of all PATHWAY
systems on a given set of EXPANDed systems, and displays it to the
user, or writes the findings into a file.

Restriction: User-ID translations are performed on that system, on
which GETPWSS is running!
In case a remote ID is unknown to GETPWSS, the ID is NOT
translated into a name at all.

General: All PATHWAY configuration files such as:
- PATHCTL
- cold start file
- cool start file
- shutdown file
should be owned by the PAID of the PATHMON process and
secured to "OOOO", or the equivalent SAFEGUARD ACL.

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