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Prime LMS 4.2 integration with ACS 4.1 Authorization problem

Dears,

We have done the tacacs configurations on the prime LMS and users are authenticating successfully, but we are facing the problem with the authorization as users cannot do anything.

I know that we need to import the role list to the ACS, but I am not sure from where we can get it.

Please advise.

Reagrds

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Prime LMS 4.2 integration with ACS 4.1 Authorization problem

HI ,

LMS 4.0 no longer integrates with ACS the way that LMS 3.x did.  You  can still use ACS for authentication in LMS 4.0, but for authorization,  each user must have a local account in LMS, and the roles will be  assigned using LMS 4.0's new RBAC.  Users are defined under Admin >  System > User Management > Local User Setup, and roles are defined  under Admin > System > User Management > Role Management  Setup.

By default, if a user does not have an account in LMS, they will receive the Help Desk role

Please check the below link:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/ciscoworks_lan_management_solution/4.2/user/guide/admin/security.html#wp1100379

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Afroz

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Prime LMS 4.2 integration with ACS 4.1 Authorization problem

HI ,

LMS 4.0 no longer integrates with ACS the way that LMS 3.x did.  You  can still use ACS for authentication in LMS 4.0, but for authorization,  each user must have a local account in LMS, and the roles will be  assigned using LMS 4.0's new RBAC.  Users are defined under Admin >  System > User Management > Local User Setup, and roles are defined  under Admin > System > User Management > Role Management  Setup.

By default, if a user does not have an account in LMS, they will receive the Help Desk role

Please check the below link:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/ciscoworks_lan_management_solution/4.2/user/guide/admin/security.html#wp1100379

Thanks-

Afroz

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Prime LMS 4.2 integration with ACS 4.1 Authorization problem

Like Afroz says, LMS 4.x significantly changed the ACS integration model. It's now authentication only. All LMS Authorization is handled by the RBAC functionality built into LMS itself.

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