Cisco Switch command

Posted on 2011-10-12
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
What would be the commands to remove a user from a Cisco switch?

Question by:ttregner1
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    by:Ken Boone CCIE #4649
    no username xxxxx

    where xxxx is the username
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    you need to be in config mode first

    config t

    no username xxxxx
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    config t
    no username <nameofuser_to_delete>

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    Thank you.

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