Step2 Under Advanced Configuration Options, select the Advanced TACACS+ Features check box and click Submit .
In user profiles, CiscoSecure ACS displays the Advanced TACACS+ Features table, which provides a means of configuring enable level authorizations and password settings. In group profiles, CiscoSecure ACS displays the Enable Options table, which provides a means of configuring enable privilege authorizations at a group level.
Step3 For each user you want to grant enable privileges to, follow these steps:
a. Access the user's profile in Cisco Secure ACS. To do so, click User Setup , type the username in the User box, and click Add/Edit .
b. In the Advanced TACACS+ Settings table, confirm that, under TACACS+ Enable Control, the Use Group Level Setting option is selected. If it is not, select it.
c. Under TACACS+ Enable Password, select the password option you want to implement. The default is to use a separate enable password, which is stronger security than using the same password that grants the user basic network access; however, Cisco Secure ACS password-aging features do not support changing separate enable passwords.
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