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A new crtmqm option should be available to remove the default authorities set on the queue manager data and log directories.
When queue managers are created the default access permission's set to the queue manager directories will include access to the administrators group, mqm group and SYSTEM id. However, if the queue manager data is created on a shared network location such as a NAS device EMC Cellera then adding access to the local mqm group will throw errors. WebSphere MQ Version 710 introduces a new option to add permission's to a security group which can either be a local or domain group. Similarly a new 'crtmqm' option such as '-r' or an addition to the existing -a option is required to remove the access permission for the local mqm group on the queue manager data and log directories.
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