I registered DCNM 6.2.1 to ACS 5.3 with TACACS+ protocol. Now i´m unable to get administrative rights on DCNM, the user that i´m using is located at ACS 5.3 with administrative privileges, but no administrative rights when logging into DCNM.
Maybe i'm missing some special attribute on ACS...not sure...
I had the same issue. You need to go into ACS and create a custom Shell Profile (Policy Elements > Authorization and Permissions > Device Administration > Shell Profiles), flip to the "Custom Attributes" tab, and add the following:
Attribute Value: Static
...although if you want a non-admin or DCNM "User" role, you would use the following instead:
Save that. Then make sure your Device Admin Authorization Policy (Access Policies > Access Services > Default Device Admin > Authorization) references that Shell Profile in the "Results" section.
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