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How to exit the management console on a cisco switch 1900?

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How do I exit the management console on a cisco switch 1900?

     [C] Console Settings
     [S] System
     [N] Network Management
     [P] Port Configuration
     [A] Port Addressing
     [D] Port Statistics Detail
     [M] Monitoring
     [B] Bridge Group
     [R] Multicast Registration
     [F] Firmware
     [I] RS-232 Interface
     [U] Usage Summaries
     [H] Help

     [X] Exit Management Console
I would like to access the CLI and enter exec mode.
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"The Command Line Interface (CLI) (similar to the Cisco IOS® CLI) is only available on the Enterprise image of the Catalyst 1900."
http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/473/174.html

what image does this switch have?
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