Removes a user from an account.
user Name of the user to be deleted.
acctname Specifies the name of the account in which the user
is found. Default is the logon account of the
Account Managers use the PURGEUSER command to delete a user
from account. You are asked to verify the command only when
it is executed during a session, and not from a job. To do
so, respond YES or NO to the message
USER user TO BE PURGED? (YES/NO)
An attempt to purge a user currently logged on to the system
fails, and an explanatory message is displayed:
IN USE: CAN'T BE PURGED.
The user can only purged if the user is not logged on when
the PURGEUSER command is issued. An attempt to purge
MANAGER.SYS always fails, since this user can never be purged
if the user is logged onto the system.
If files created by a purged user remain after the user is
purged from the system, the system manager can remove them
with the PURGEACCT command, or the account manager can
eliminate them by executing PURGEGROUP.
This command may be issued from a session, job, program, or
in BREAK. Pressing [Break] has no effect on this command.
To execute this command, the account must be the same as
the logon account of the command issuer unless that user
has System Manager (SM) capability.
To remove a user named USER1, enter
USER USER1 TO BE PURGED? YES
Commands: PURGEACCT, PURGEGROUP
Manuals : Performing System Management Tasks (32650-90004)
Performing System Operation Tasks (32650-90137)