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Initiates an interactive terminal session. Format <Ctrl/C> <Ctrl/Y> <Return> 2 Qualifiers /CLI /CLI=command-language-interpreter Specifies the name of an alternate command language interpreter (CLI) to override the default CLI listed in the UAF. The CLI you specify must be located in SYS$SYSTEM and have the file type .EXE. If you do not specify a command interpreter by using the /CLI qualifier and you do not have a default CLI listed in the UAF, the system supplies the qualifier /CLI=DCL by default. /COMMAND /COMMAND[=filespec] (default) /NOCOMMAND Controls whether to execute your default login command procedure when you log in. Use the /COMMAND qualifier to specify the name of an alternate login command procedure. If you specify a file name without a file type, the default file type .COM is used. If you specify the /COMMAND qualifier and omit the file specification, your default login command procedure is executed. Use the /NOCOMMAND qualifier if you do not want your default login command procedure to be executed. /DISK /DISK=device-name[:] Specifies the name of a disk device to be associated with the logical device SYS$DISK for the terminal session. This specification overrides the default SYS$DISK device established in the UAF. /NEW_PASSWORD Requires that you change the account password before logging in (as if the password had expired). Use this qualifier as a shortcut if you had intended to change your password after login, or if you suspect that your password has been detected. /TABLES /TABLES=(command-table[,...]) /TABLES=DCLTABLES (default) Specifies the name of an alternate CLI table to override the default listed in the UAF. This table name is considered a file specification. The default device and directory is SYS$SHARE and the default file type is EXE. If a logical name is used, the table name specification must be defined in the system logical name table. If the /CLI qualifier is set to DCL or MCR, the /TABLES qualifier defaults to the correct value. If the /TABLES qualifier is specified without the /CLI qualifier, the CLI specified in the user's UAF will be used. 2 Examples 1. <Ctrl/Y> Username: SMITHSON Password: <PASSWORD> In this example, pressing Ctrl/Y allows you to access the operating system, which immediately prompts for a user name. After validating the user name, the system prompts for the password but does not echo it. 2. <Return> Username: HIGGINS/DISK=USER$ Password: <PASSWORD> Welcome to OpenVMS Alpha (TM) Operating System, Version 6.2 on node LSR Last interactive login on Tuesday, 18-DEC-1995 08:41 Last non-interactive login on Monday, 19-DEC-1995 15:43 In this Alpha example, the /DISK qualifier requests that the default disk for the terminal session be USER$. The SHOW DEFAULT command shows that USER$ is the default disk. 3. <Return> Username: HIGGINS/DISK=USER$ Password: <PASSWORD> Welcome to OpenVMS VAX Version 6.2 on node JUPITER Last interactive login on Tuesday, 15-DEC-1995 09:16:47.08 Last non-interactive login on Monday, 14-DEC-1995 17:32:34.27 $ SHOW DEFAULT USER$:[HIGGINS] In this VAX example, the /DISK qualifier requests that the default disk for the terminal session be USER$. The SHOW DEFAULT command shows that USER$ is the default disk. 4. <Ctrl/C> Username: LIZA/CLI=MCR/COMMAND=ALTLOGIN.COM Password: <PASSWORD> Welcome to OpenVMS VAX Version 6.2 on node JUPITER Last interactive login on Tuesday, 15-DEC-1995 09:16:47.08 Last non-interactive login on Monday, 14-DEC-1995 17:32:34.27 > In this example, the /CLI qualifier requests the alternate MCR command interpreter. The /COMMAND qualifier indicates that the login command file ALTLOGIN.COM is to be executed instead of the default login command file. The right angle-bracket prompt (>) indicates that MCR is active and expects an MCR command. 5. <Return> Username: XENAKIS Password: <PASSWORD> Password: <PASSWORD> Welcome to OpenVMS VAX Version 6.2 on node JUPITER Last interactive login on Tuesday, 15-DEC-1995 09:16:47.08 Last non-interactive login on Monday, 14-DEC-1995 17:32:34.27 $ In this example, the second password prompt indicates that the user has a secondary password, which must be entered to access the system. 6. <Return> Username: JONES Password: <PASSWORD> User authorization failure <Return> Username: JONES Password: <PASSWORD> Welcome to OpenVMS Alpha (TM) Operating System, Version 6.2 on node LSR Last interactive login on Tuesday, 15-DEC-1995 09:16:47.08 Last non-interactive login on Monday, 14-DEC-1995 17:32:34.27 1 failure since last successful login. $ This example shows the "User authorization failure" message, which indicates that the password has been entered incorrectly. After you successfully log in, a message is displayed showing the number of login failures since your last successful login. This message is displayed only if login failures have occurred. 7. <Return> Username: JOYCE Password: <PASSWORD> Welcome to OpenVMS Alpha (TM) Operating System, Version 6.2 on node LSR Last interactive login on Tuesday, 15-DEC-1995 09:16:47.08 Last non-interactive login on Monday, 14-DEC-1995 17:32:34.27 WARNING - Primary password has expired; update immediately. $ This example shows the WARNING message, which indicates that your primary password has expired. You must use the SET PASSWORD command to change your password before logging out, or you will be unable to log in again. For more information on changing your password, see the description of the SET PASSWORD command in this manual. 8. <Return> Username: MIHALY/NEW_PASSWORD Password: <PASSWORD> Password: <PASSWORD> Welcome to OpenVMS VAX Version 6.2 on node JUPITER Last interactive login on Tuesday, 15-DEC-1995 09:16:47.08 Last non-interactive login on Monday, 14-DEC-1995 17:32:34.27 Your password has expired; you must set a new password to log in. Old password: <PASSWORD> New password: <PASSWORD> Verification: <PASSWORD> In this example, the user enters the /NEW_PASSWORD qualifer after the user name MIHALY. The system then forces the user to set a new password immediately after login. The prompts are the same as those provided when you enter the DCL command SET PASSWORD from the command line.

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