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show Cisco ASA VPN Radius connected privilege level

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I have successfully enabled Windows users to connect to my Cisco ASA VPN and authenticate to my Network Policy Server (NPS) as a RADIUS server.
On my NPS, I configured to levels of privileges - one for normal domain users and another for Domain Admin. My domain admins are assigned "shell:priv-lvl=15".

How do I check on my ASA to see if the privilege is assigned correctly?

sh vpn-sessiondb remote
- does not show the privilege level of the user
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What you can do is log on to the ASA and type the command:
ASA#  show curprev
It will give details of the user.
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how do I logon to the ASA using RADIUS authentication? We are only using VPN with RADIUS authentication currently.
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