No, LMS does not integrate with ACS 5.x. This will never be possible. LMS 4.0 will offer built-in support for creating custom roles and tying users to devices.
That said, you can use ACS 5.x for authentication only with LMS. That is, you can make use of the ACS TACACS+ service to authenticate users logging into LMS. However, you must create accounts for all of these users in LMS. You can configure the TACACS+ login module under Common Services > Server > Security > AAA Mode Setup.
Yes, you can do that, then do authentication using ACS. That means users will login to LMS using their ACS username and password, but those users must still have accounts in LMS in order to receive the proper roles.
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