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Importing user and group database from 2.6 to 4.0

Hi,

I need to import the user and groups from version 2.6 ACS to version 4.0. The 2.6 online documentation talks of using the CSUtils to create a .txt back up of the users and group. But I cannot see how to import that into 4.0. Has anyone done this. Any info would be appreciated,

cheers,

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Re: Importing user and group database from 2.6 to 4.0

Easy...

on your 2.6 server run "csutil -d"

This will create a file called dump.txt which you can import onto the 4.0 server using

"csutil -l dump.txt"

In 2.6 csutil.exe lives in the Utils sub-folder. In 4.0 its in the bin folder.

Darran

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Re: Importing user and group database from 2.6 to 4.0

Darran,

that worked a treat,

thanks alot for that!

Russell.

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Re: Importing user and group database from 2.6 to 4.0

Hi Darran,

I looked at what I had imported using the instructions you had supplied me and it looked fine, all users and group, tacacs privelege levels had been imported. I modified a router on our network to point at the ACS 4.0. on testing it looks like the passwords hadn't been copied across successfully. Logins are failing with 'invalid CS password' in the failed authentication log. If I changed the password manually it was fine.

Have you seen that before?

Thanks for your help on this.

Rgds,

Russell.

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