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HP 5400 Switch shows TACACS key in plain text.  Can it be encrypted?

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We have several HP 5400 series switches that we are trying to integrate in to our environment, We have a TACACS+ server for authentication.   When we config the HP to use the tacacs server we enter the key and when we do a show run we see the key in plain text.  Is there a way to have it show as encrypted?
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Does the 5400 have these commands available?

encrypt-credentials
service password-encryption
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Thank you
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