You can designate users, accounts and profiles to be exempt from TASM system-level filtering and throttling. For example, you might give a DBA bypass privileges so that the DBA can always access the system for troubleshooting. Users TDWM and DBC are, by default, bypassed users, so they are not affected by system-level throttles.
TASM still manages bypassed requests as part of a workload, including workload throttling.
Tip: If a user is marked as bypassed, the user will not be filtered or throttled at the system level. Use this setting very selectively.