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There are two ways to access this report: Open an iSeries Navigator (Ops Nav) session. Expand the System name > File systems > Integrated File System > Root. Click SkyView/Risk Assessor. Drag and drop the .rtf file to your...

To see the .RTF report in the IFS, use the CHGAUT command and grant the user *RX data authority and *NONE for the object authorities to both the '/SKYVIEW' and '/SKYVIEW/Risk Assessor' directories.

To see the spooled file reports, use the...

To both install and run Risk Assessor, you must sign on with a profile that has *ALLOBJ and *SECADM special authorities.

While the Assessment is running, information is being gathered and analyzed. During one phase of information gathering users may not be able to sign on to the system (users already signed on are not affected.) This will only be true if many users...

Most Risk Assessor users schedule the assessment to run during the night so that the reports are available when they arrive in the morning.

You can do this by scheduling the SKYVIEWRAP/SKYASSESS command.

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When moving Risk Assessor to another system, do one of the following:

If you are saving the output from previous runs of Risk Assessor:

Save the SKYVIEWRAP and SKYVIEWRAD libraries. Restore these to the new system...
How To Guide
March 4th, 2017
Download the Risk Assessor installer ( SRASetup.exe ) from the Risk Assessor Download Page . Alternatively, go to the HelpSystems website...
How To Guide
March 4th, 2017

Note: If you are upgrading from Version 2.x to 2.5, a new license is not required; however, upgrading from Risk Assessor Version 1.0 to Version 2.x does require a new authority code (license.) Contact HelpSystems or an...

Note: This method uses FTP to download a savf directly to your IBM i system. If FTP is not allowed in this way, you can download the savf to your workstation and move the savf to the system. Sign on with a profile that has *...