7. Section VI Security Management and Enabling Telnet

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1. From the home page, select the Security Management link, under the System Administration tab on the left side of the page.

2. Select the Services link under the Security Definitions tab
Current Path: [Home]>[Security Management]>[Services]


At the Services page, select the %Service_Telnet link to edit
Current Path: [Home]>[Security Management]>[Services]

3. To edit definition for service %Service_Telnet click the Service Enabled box
Current Path: [Home]>[Security Management]>[Services]>[Edit Service]

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4. Return to the home page, select the Configuration link then, select the Device Settings link.

Note: On the next step is, if you wish to change the cache port number (cache web listener) what the system runs on: this is where you edit this option.

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Once at the device settings option, select Telnet Settings

5. Use the form below to edit Telnet Settings for the system
Current Path: [Home]>[Configuration]>[Device Settings]>[Telnet Settings]

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6. Return to the home page, select the Configuration option then, select the Startup Settings option. Then, select from the following list of system startup settings. Select the edit link for WebServerPort
Current Path: [Home]>[Configuration]>[Startup Settings]

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7. Once at the Edit Startup Settings page. Edit the WebServer port, click the save button to continue
Current Path: [Home]>[Configuration]>[Startup Settings]>[Edit Startup Settings]

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8. Return to the home page, select the Security Management option then, select the Users option. Then select edit link.
Current Path: [Home]>[Security Management]>[Users]


9. If there are multiple namespaces per configuration, select Edit User, under profile edit definition for User VOS
The situation of multiple namespaces per configuration user management is necessary, this routine prompts for user ID and verify access "^ZU"

This specific configuration option is used for multiple namespaces being added per configuration.
Current Path: [Home]>[Security Management]>[Users]>[Edit User]


10. Select the Roles tab for your namespace name; click the Grant Option to customize your settings
Current Path: [Home]>[Security Management]>[Users]>[Edit User]


11. When editing %Service_Telnet service, check all boxes to enable services.
Current Path: [Home]>[Security Management]>[Services]>[Edit Service]