How to change users password without prompting the enable
I'm using a Cisco 2600 router. I'm trying to figure out if there is any way for me to change a user password without typing the enable command. I like to secretely save that password so it will not be used by anybody else.
If you're wanting to change a local user's password on the device without being at the global prompt, the answer is no. You can however change a user's password if you're using tacacs/radius to authenticate users though.
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