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The RACF development team has numerous tools that can assist you in managing your RACF environment. These tools include:

  1. BPXCHECK: A REXX exec which uses the RACF IRRXUTIL REXX interface to report the status of various UNIX- related settings in RACF.

  2. CDT2DYN: A REXX exec which examine the contents of the current classes in the RACF static class descriptor table and creates the commands to put those installation-defined classes into the ynamic CDT.

  3. CUTPWHIS: A utility which trims the orphaned passwords created by decreasing the SETROPTS password history value.

  4. DSNT2PRM: A REXX exec which converts your RACF data set names table (ICHRDSNT) or RACF range table (ICHRRNG) into a RACF PARMLIB member.

  5. DBSYNC: REXX exec to find differences between two RACF databases and create commands to synchronize them. b

  6. ICHDEX01: A sample RACF ICHDEX01 which ensures that the default for the encryption of passwords is not MASKED.

  7. IRRHFSU: A utility which unloads your z/OS UNIX System Services hierarchical file system data (HFZ, TFS, or z/FS) in a manner which is complimentary to the RACF Data Base Unload Utility (IRRDBU00). d

  8. IRRXUTIL: RACF IRRXUTIL Sample prgrams.

  9. JESNODES: A REXX exec which displays the names of trusted NODES profiles (those with a UACC greater than READ) and cover a defined node name in the context of inbound jobs and displays the local nodes defined in the &RACLNODE profile.

  10. LISTCDT: A utility which lists the contents of your RACF Class Descriptor Table.

  11. PWDCOPY: A utility which copies passwords from one RACF database to another.

  12. PWDPHRONLY: RACF sample ICHRIX02 exit which forces users to use password phrases.

  13. RACFICE2: RACFICE examples, beyond those which are shipped in 'SYS1.SAMPLIB(IRRICE)'

  14. RACKILL: A utility deletes profiles from the RACF database that otherwise might not be deletable.

  15. RACSEQ: A TSO command which invokes the extract function of R_admin (IRRSEQ00) and displays every profile field to the display using PUTLINE.

  16. REXXPWEXIT: A system-REXX based new password exit.

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