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The steps to delete a user are similar to the steps for adding/editing a user: 1Log in using the CiscoSecure ACS management interface 2Select User Setup 3Enter the existing username in the entry box and click Add/Edit Select List All Users, or click the first character of the user's name 4Click Delete User 5Click Submit
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List all users in a group Edit the settings for the group Rename the group Group Setup helps ease the burden of rights assignments, by allowing many users with the same rights to be configured and edited together, rather than one at a time CiscoSecure allows definition of up to 100 groups Here are the steps for editing a group's settings: 1Log in using the CiscoSecure ACS management interface 2Click Group Setup 3In the drop-down list, select the group to edit 4Click Edit Settings From here, the following group settings are available (some of these will appear only if defined in the Interface Configuration settings):
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Restricts group's access based on times of day Restricts group's access based on parameters such as NAS, session origin, IP address, and port An advanced option for Token Caching For use only with ISDN terminal adapters; should be fully understood before implementation A powerful section of the configuration process From here, the administrator can specify and configure PPP (if enabled), privilege levels, services, access lists, and more If you are using the Shell (exec) service, you can authorize particular commands with specific arguments
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The next step is to check the Command: box and enter the appropriate command in the text box Arguments (the permitted or denied commands) can be subdefined (as in show config, show running config, show version, and so on) Here is the correct syntax for the Command/Argument: Permit <Argument> or Deny <Argument> Although only one Command/Argument box is initially displayed, unlimited commands can be defined Click Submit after each command entry, exit to any other screen, and return to the Group Setup | Edit Screen Another Command/Argument box will be added NoteUnlisted arguments are anything not listed in the Arguments box If the Arguments box is left empty, the Permit or Deny buttons apply to the command in general, including all arguments When you are satisfied with your settings, click Submit andRestart at the bottom of the page This very briefly stops and restarts your ACS services To make additional settings, just repeat the above steps
Network Configuration
The Network Configuration settings are used to tie this CiscoSecure ACS in with the NAS You'll need to enter information such as Host name IP address Key (secret value shared for authentication) Security protocol Here are the steps to add an NAS: 1Log into the CiscoSecure ACS management interface 2Click Network Configuration 3Below the Network Access Servers window, click Add Entry
4Populate the fields with the appropriate information The following settings are available:
NAS Setting
Description
Not the same as the Key used between CiscoSecure ACS servers This is a case-sensitive encryption key of your choice, used to ensure that data between the NAS and the CiscoSecure ACS servers is properly encrypted This key must also be entered into the NAS configuration as follows: tacacs-server key <serverkey>
Authenticate Using Single Connect
In this drop-down box, select TACACS+ (Cisco) or Radius If you enable this feature, CiscoSecure will send a stop record in the TACACS+ accounting log for each user connected through the NAS
5To make your changes take effect, select Submit and Restart If modifications are necessary in the future, follow these same steps, but in step 3 you'll click the particular host name you want to change
System Configuration
System Configuration options include Service controls to restart or stop services
Logging CiscoSecure ACS database replication As with all other configuration changes, you must select the Submit button to make any changes take effect Database Replication Database replication is a feature that allows CiscoSecure databases to pass user, group, and other information between servers With replicated databases in place, you ensure that in the event of a server failure, all other servers will have identical databases, thus allowing uninterrupted AAA services
The parameters of database replication define whether the server is to send or receive the component information It is generally a good idea to have one server send and the others receive, so that you are certain your databases will be identical When using one server as the sender and all the others as receivers, all modifications to the database should be done from the sending server After configuring the components to be sent and received, and designating the sending and receiving servers, the next step is to identify the process and timeline in which this information is sent This is known as replication scheduling Following are the replication scheduling options:
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