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Chapter 3 Getting Started with Tectia Server for IBM z/OS

This chapter provides information on how to get started with Tectia Server for IBM z/OS software after it has been successfully installed.

It contains information on running the server, setting up a shell user, running client programs, and handling MVS data sets in file transfer.

[Note]Note

To access a z/OS host that runs Tectia Server using OpenSSH scp you must either have OpenSSH server running on the same z/OS host with Tectia Server, or OpenSSH scp must exist in /bin/scp on the z/OS host.

[Note]Note

If you intend to use OpenSSH scp with Tectia Server for IBM z/OS, note that the default OpenSSH configuration on z/OS does not produce SMF records. SMF recording must be configured separately for OpenSSH when the OpenSSH scp events need to be captured.


 

 
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