I'm attempting to determine what is causing this error.
when logging into my switch, I am able to authenticate to user mode. However, when i attempt to login to priv exec mode, the authentication fails, and in the ACS log, there is an error that is generated advising "privlege level too high".
I'm not entirely clear what is generating this error. It advises to check the authorization profile, which i did...I attempted adjusting the privlege level from 0 to 15 to no avail...
any suggestions on where to pinpoint where this is coming from?
I had created the shell profile, but I had not selected the shell profile in my access policy that i created...I was still using the default "Permit Access" shell profile, which of course was a privlege level 1.
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