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smh(1M)								       smh(1M)

       smh - HP System Management Homepage (HP SMH).

       [ | | | ]

       The  command  launches  HP System Management Homepage (HP SMH) for per‐
       forming system administration on an HP-UX system. HP SMH is an enhanced
       version	of  HP System Administration Manager (HP SAM). HP SMH provides
       web-based graphical  user  interface  (GUI),  terminal  user  interface
       (TUI),  and  command  line interface (CLI). You can access these inter‐
       faces using the smh command. However, you can also use the sam(1M) com‐
       mand.  The  sam(1M)  command  behaves  the  same as the smh(1M) command
       except that the deprecation message is displayed in the beginning.  For
       more information on HP SAM, refer sam(1M) manpage.

       When  you  run either the command or the command and if the environment
       variable is set, HP SMH opens in the default web browser. If the	 envi‐
       ronment	variable  is not set, HP SMH opens in the terminal user inter‐
       face (TUI).

       recognizes the following options.

	      Launches HP SMH on a web browser without security warnings.

	      Launches HP SMH on a web browser with security warnings.

	      The -r option applies only to the TUI of	HP  SMH.  This	option
	      invokes  Restricted  SMH which, enables the system administrator
			assign limited privileged user access to SMH function‐
			ality.	You  must  be  a  privileged  user to use this
			option.	 See the section below for more information.

	      The -p option applies only to the CLI of	HP  SMH.  This	option
	      invokes  the  /opt/propplus/bin/cprop  command which, provides a
	      command-line interface to most of the information available from
	      the  HP SMH property pages.  The -p option can be used with dif‐
	      ferent commands to view information about hardware and software,
	      operating system, network and other system devices.
			See  the  cprop(1) manpage for more information on the
			command and the option parameters.

   Restricted SMH
       SMH can be configured to provide a subset of its functionality to  cer‐
       tain  users  or	groups of users.  This is done through Restricted SMH.
       System administrators access Restricted SMH by invoking	SMH  with  the
       option (see "Options" above).  In Restricted SMH, system administrators
       may assign subsets of SMH functionality	on  a  per-user	 or  per-group

       Generally, SMH requires privileged user rights to execute successfully.
       However, through the use of Restricted SMH, SMH can  be	configured  to
       allow  subsets  of its capabilities to be used by non-privileged users.
       When Restricted SMH is used, non-privileged users are promoted to priv‐
       ileged users when necessary to enable them to execute successfully.

       By  default,  Restricted	 SMH  executes	all applications as privileged
       user.  However, certain applications  like  software  distributor  have
       their own security mechanism and do not follow the Restricted SMH secu‐
       rity model.  In such cases, the application launched through Restricted
       SMH will be executed with the login id of the user who invokes it.

       A  non-privileged  user	that  has been given Restricted SMH privileges
       simply executes and sees only those areas the  user  is	privileged  to

       All  the	 SMH  functional areas require the user to be promoted to be a
       privileged user in order to execute successfully.  SMH does this	 auto‐
       matically as needed.

       SMH  provides  a	 default  set  of SMH functional areas that the system
       administrator can assign to other users.

       Restricted SMH does not apply to web-based GUI of HP SMH from HP-UX 11i
       v3  release as HP SMH has its own roles. For more information, refer HP
       SMH documentation available at http:/ / and the HP SMH prod‐
       uct online help system.

       For information on logging, see samlog_viewer(1).

       was developed by HP.

       sam(1M),	 samlog_viewer(1), ugweb(1M), evweb(9), fsweb(1M), secweb(1M),
       ncweb(1M), hpsmh(1M), kcweb(1M), parmgr(1M), pdweb(1M),	smhassist(1M),
       smhstartconfig(1M), intro(7), cprop(1), HP SMH White Paper available at


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