Required. Specifies the user ID of a user. Optionally, on Windows, you can specify a domain name. User ID checking is case-sensitive.
You can use the following wildcard characters in the user ID:
Asterisk (*), which represents 0 or more characters.
Question mark (?), which represents exactly one character.
If the user ID contains an asterisk (*) or question mark (?) character as a part of the ID, precede these characters with the tilde (~) escape character.
The user specifications on a pwxcmd command and the USER statement in the sign-on file must match. If you specify a domain as part of a user ID in the sign-on file, you must also specify the domain in the user ID when you issue an infacmd pwx or pwxcmd command.
If you do not specify a domain as part of a user ID in a infacmd pwx or pwxcmd command, PowerExchange assumes that the user ID is local or a member of the same domain as the user ID under which the PowerExchange Listener runs. If you run the PowerExchange Listener as a Windows service and that service runs under the local user, you must specify the domain as part of a user ID in an infacmd pwx or pwxcmd command.