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Login to directly into "privilege mode" for a specific user

jaheshkhan
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How to Login to directly into "privilege mode" for a specific user and not for ALL users?

 

how can it be done?

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After providing the following command, it worked

 

(config)#username backupuser privilege 15 password backupuser1!

(config)#aaa authorization exec default local

 

 

now only the above user login directly to privilege mode.

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marce1000
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VIP

 - Try 

   (config)#username <user> privilege 15 password <password>

 M.



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This didnt work.... already tried that

 

i dont know why 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

it should worked, but the way, try it

(config)#username <user> privilege 15 secret <password>    << change password to secret.

 

regards,

Jaderson Pessoa
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Not sure why it did not work. It would help us understand the issue better if you would post the running config (after disguising sensitive information). If you do not want to post the complete config then a starting point might be to post the output of show run | section aaa.

HTH

Rick

As requested, this is the aaa

 

CORESW#show running-config | sec aaa
aaa new-model
aaa authentication login default local
aaa session-id common

After providing the following command, it worked

 

(config)#username backupuser privilege 15 password backupuser1!

(config)#aaa authorization exec default local

 

 

now only the above user login directly to privilege mode.

Thanks for the update. Glad to know that you found a solution for this issue.

HTH

Rick
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