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Figure 10-7.—Administrative data management subsystem menu.
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subsystem. For you to get to this screen you have to  enter  through  the  main  menu  for  the  SFM subsystem   (choosing   option   PF5)   shown   in figure 10-6. SUBSYSTEMS RELATIONS The various subsystems that make up SNAP II  are  somewhat  related  to  each  other.  For instance,  the  SMS  subsystem  basically  allows the   user   access   to   all   the   other   subsystems. Also, the MDS and the SFM subsystems interact directly  with  each  other.  Otherwise,  all  the other  subsystems  work  independently  of  each other.  However,  when  you  request  a  printout  of a  report  or  file,  you  must  go  to  the  SMS  to  ac- tually get the system to print out the requested file  or  report.  Each  one  of  the  subsystem  man- agers is responsible for entering all users into their subsystems. SECURITY The SNAP II system supports both access se- curity  and  functional  security  within  each  subsys- tem. The system is based on the concept of a user’s authority to perform a given set of functions and makes only this set of functions available to the user.  This  involves  not  only  exclusion  from  execu- tion  outside  this  set  but  also  the  support  of a menu-driven system that tailors the menu for each person. Each subsystem provides a specific security  mechanism  appropriate  to  its  function. Since  everyone  aboard  your  ship  is  a  poten- tial  user  of  some  functions  in  SNAP  II,  a  flexi- ble  facility  accordingly  controls  particular  user access  to  the  system.  One  very  important  thing to remember is that when you use the system, do not  let  anyone  use  your  password.  You  could  have greater access to the system than he or she might have. You should change your password period- ically  as  per  your  TYCOM  directives. 10-10

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