Check your credentials in DCR. If your switches are asking for a username, make sure you have populated the username credential field in DCR. Also, check your Username: prompt. By default, RME only checks for "Username:". If you are using a custom prompt, you need to add that to NMSROOT/objects/cmf/data/TacacsPrompts.ini.
If you can post the sniffer trace I can check for other potential problems.
LMS doesn't have any problems with special characters in passwords. Plus, if RME isn't sending a username at all, the password is not the problem. When you can get a sniffer trace, post it. That smay shed some more light on this problem.
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