Date Created: Sun 10-Feb-2008

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Cannot connect to Queue Manager using WebSphere MQ Explorer

Problem

Access no permitted. You are not authorised to perform this operation. (AMQ4036)





Access no permitted. You are not authorised to perform this operation. (AMQ4036)



Solution:

We need to add a user to the mqm group on the Linux/Unix server where the QM is running

In windows open up a command prompt an type set to see your username:



Log into Linux machine and add new user adduser -g mqm stever -p <mypassword>

I was then able to re-connect and this is the result ...


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