I know that if you want to use custom commands in a TMS Provisioning Template that you need to have it in XML format.
How can I put in the "systemtools rootsettings" command into XML format? Simply put, we have 20+ systems, and I'm trying to keep myself from SSH into each and every single system, if I have to I will, but if I could put this into our template that we normally push out when we get new systems, it will save alot of time and help us out greatly.
usage: rootsettings [on/serial/off/never/get]
Command to control root user availability:
get obtain current setting
off root user is not available
never root user permanently turned off
serial [password] root user is available on serial port only
on [password] root user is available on all ports.
Thanks for the reply, I want to turn off root, as I found on some if not most of our systems, it is currently ON. I guess I'll need to go to each system one by one then.
I noticed that in the E20s, that there is a rootsettings command if you type in ? to bring up a list of commands, is it possible with an E20? The other systems we have are C-Series, which is what the systemtools command refeers to.
Update - I just went through all of our C-Series systems, an they all had their root account ON, when we purchased these units, they came to use with TC4.1.2. I thought after TC4.0.0 the root account was disabled by default according to this security advisory: cisco-sa-20110202-tandberg.html.
Does the E20s come with their root account OFF by default, I remember another advisory sometime back about their root command during a software update, it was noted in the release notes, can't rememeber the details though.
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