1 of 1 people found this helpful
This feature is not supported on Solaris. This is only available for Linux, AIX & Windows.
Thanks for your response. I noticed starting with v6.1.0 release, McAfee added that capability with addition of the -z switch. From their manual:
"Use the -z switch to prevent the system from prompting for the password. This switch can be used with all CLI commands to provide the CLI password (so that the system does not prompt for it). Consider an example. If the CLI password is set and you issue the sadmin loglevel command, the system will immediately prompt you for the password. Using the -z switch, you can issue the sadmin loglevel -z <password> command to provide the password with the issued command"
Unfortunetly, I am currently stuck with integrating v5.1.2 on Solaris 8 OS. Does anyone know of any clever tricks or tools I could try that would allow me to call non-interactive CLI commands while CLI password is enabled? This one is tricky because some of the methods that normally work for Solaris system commands do not work in this situation (such as "echo <ThePassword> | sadmin mon list").
Thanks in advance for any assistannce.