The only two headers I'm aware of that you can remove on the ASA are the x-content and the x-xss. However, it is very interesting to see the ASA returning the Server and the x-powered values as I think it should not. Did you know if that scanner was running on the ASA outside interface or on the inside? did you actually see those values reported by the pentest scanner?
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To verify the status of RADIUS server from NAD, use the command show aaa server
4507#sh aaa servers
RADIUS: id 3, priority 1, host 10.10.14.20, auth-port 1812, acct-port 1813
State: current UP, duration 10862s, previ...