Precisely-provided product-authority functions - Assure_DB2_Data_Monitor_(DB2MON) - Assure_Elevated_Authority_Manager_(EAM) - Assure_Encryption - Assure_Monitoring_and_Reporting_(AMR) - Assure_Secure_File_Transfer - Assure_Secure_File_Transfer_ - Assure_Secure_File_Transfer_PGP - Assure_Secure_File_Transfer_with_PGP - Assure_Security_Multi-Factor_Authentication_(MFA) - Assure_System_Access_Manager_(SAM) - Required_for_All_Modules - assure_ioptimize - assure_itera - assure_mimix - 10.0

License Manager for IBM i Products

Product type
Software
Portfolio
Integrate
Product family
Assure
Product
Assure iTERA
Assure iOptimize
Assure Security > Assure Secure File Transfer
Assure Security > Required for All Modules
Assure Security > Assure Monitoring and Reporting (AMR)
Assure Security > Assure Elevated Authority Manager (EAM)
Assure Security > Assure System Access Manager (SAM)
Assure Security > Assure Secure File Transfer with PGP
Assure Security > Assure Encryption
Assure Security > Assure DB2 Data Monitor (DB2MON)
Assure MIMIX™ Software
Assure Security > Assure Security Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)
Version
10.0
Language
English
Product name
Assure
Title
License Manager for IBM i Products
Copyright
2023
First publish date
1999
ft:lastEdition
2024-03-12
ft:lastPublication
2024-03-12T10:20:27.187870

You can take advantage of product authority functions provided by Precisely to protect your Precisely products and License Manager. These functions provide an additional level of security beyond that available with the IBM i.

Important: The Precisely-provided security functions described in this chapter are available only for License Manager and Assure MIMIX.

MIMIX uses product authority as set through License Manager. You must take explicit action to set product authority to “On” for each product. It is recommended that you take advantage of this additional security. Any authorization levels that you set for specific user profiles to control access to a product or MIMIX command are not enabled when product authority for the product is turned “Off”. Product authority  provides an overview of product authority.

Once product authority is in place, additional security measures must be addressed, including security for common functions, system security levels, password considerations, user profiles, and product-level security.