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Last Post 3/11/2016 8:42 PM by  CindyW
Anyone remember the difference between LAUA, and LAUA -o?
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3/10/2016 4:24 PM

    I am working on the new LSF security, and wanted to use an old existing accounts for testing.  The particular account was an account that I only used for ESS testing, but now am adding the full access so that I can test out the new security models we have created.  I added environment service/identity info in LS, but can only see this account with the straight "LAUA" command.  Normally, I use LAUA -o...which is much faster.  I remember something about different domains making these accounts not show up on the -o parameter, but this account was created under the same domain.  Was looking through the documentation in Infor and can find nothing about it.

    Anyone remember anything about this?

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    3/10/2016 9:58 PM

    See if the attached KB helps.

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    3/11/2016 8:42 PM


    Thanks.  I've never read that before.  I had no idea that NOT using the -o switch was anything other than the normal way to view the users. 

    The thing is though...these accounts ARE in the same group, so it doesn't make any sense that they only appear without the -o.

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