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Posted on 2012-08-24
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Hello!

We are using our users from AD to log into our Cisco ASA 5000-serie firewalls.
But we want to be able to give different privilege levels to the users. We want some to have priv-level 15 with all access, and the rest with priv-level 5, who only are able to look around (Read Only).

The authentication we are using are tacacs+.
I've tried to use the "set priv-lvl = 5" but I can't get it to work.

Anyone have any experience with this and know how I can accoplish this?
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Question by:HFK-IKT
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by:fgasimzade
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Have seen this before, but we do not have the ACS. We are using free tac_plus on a debian server.
When I create local users on the ASA and creates the Monitor, Read only and Admin priv-levels. I can log into the ASA with ASDM and only see the monitor option when I'm in Monitor priv-level.
What I want is to accomplish this, only by using our users from AD.
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HFK-IKT earned 0 total points
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This was the thing I was looking for.
    group = Admin {
        default service = permit
        service = shell {
            default command = permit
            default attribute = permit
            set priv-lvl = 15
        }
    }

And I just created another group in tac_plus.cfg and in AD for the priv level 5 group.
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by:HFK-IKT
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Figured this out by myself.
I'd removed the "default"'s when I wanted to strip down to priv-lvl 5
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by:mikgruff
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This is what i have been looking for as well. Im using TACACS_plus.
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