On my ASA 5520, when I type in "no enable password ?" I get a prompt asking me to choose level 0-15. Of course it won't accept level 15, only 0-14 !! Anyways, I'm trying to give another engineer level 15 privileges without giving him our enable password. I enter the command "username Doe password John priv 15", but when I "ssh -l Doe" I do not get the enable prompt, only user prompt. Thoughts? Jimmyc
Depending on your AAA config, you can make this happen without changing/revealing your enable password. For example, with SSH you can configure:
ASA(config)# username Doe password John priv 15
ASA(config)# aaa authentication ssh console LOCAL
Then, when you SSH to the device, you'll get a prompt to provide a username and password. Once the user logs in successfully, they can use the 'enable' command to enter privileged exec mode with their own password ('John' in this case) and it will give them a # prompt at the privilege level associated with their user (i.e. 15).
That is what I have, and it doesn't work. Just for grins, I even created a new user via cut and paste of your reply (Doe was changed to Doee, because the username must be at least four charachters). It still failed. I log into the ASA via "ssh -l Doee 10.1.1.1" and it puts me at the user prompt. "John" will not work as the password to go to enable, it still needs the private one. Sounds like a Cisco bug to me.
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