J. Netu Procedures : Remote User Authorization Operations : Retrieve Remote User Authorizations
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Retrieve Remote User Authorizations
When you want to see a list of authorizations for a single node or several nodes, use the procedure in this section. It produces a read-only display of authorization information. For example, use this procedure to produce a list of all your private authorizations to a single node or to all nodes. You can also use this procedure to find out if there are any global authorizations to a particular node.
For example, to see any global authorizations, you run the procedure and make the following responses to the following prompts:
Enter Private or Global (P): Global
Enter the remote vnode name: *
Enter the remote user name: *
The utility displays all of the global authorizations that have been defined from the node on which you are working. The display is in a table format. For display examples, see Displayed Remote User Authorization Examples (see page Displayed Remote User Authorization Examples).
If you select Private, the utility displays the appropriate private authorizations that belong to you.
To display remote user authorizations
Note:  You can exit the procedure at any point by pressing Esc and Enter.
1. Enter netu at the operating system prompt.
The main menu appears.
2. Select A.
The following prompt appears:
Enter operation (add, del, show, exit):
3. Enter show. (Enter s instead of show.)
4. The utility asks if you want a list of private or global authorizations.
You must choose one or the other. You cannot enter the wildcard character for this prompt.
If you want a list of private authorizations, press Enter.
If you want a list of global authorizations, enter G.
5. Enter the remote vnode name.
6. Enter the remote user name.
The netu utility shows you the authorizations that match the responses you provided. The display appears in table format. You cannot change any of the information while it is in this format.
After the authorizations are displayed, netu Enters you automatically to the prompt:
Enter command (add, del, show, exit):
7. Choose another authorization operation or Enter to the netu menu by choosing exit.