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ACS keeps re-booting after password reset

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I was re-setting an ACS user account so that I could gain access to the ACS server. Right after the change, I rebooted the system and I can't to boot the OS. It keeps re-booting over and over again. Any advice?
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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there could have been services that use that user account and it is now broken. You are saying it is an access control server what technology is it based on?
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by:Shark Attack
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It's a CSACS 1121-k9. V. 5.3. All I did though was changed the admin password so I could get into the ACS. I did that on other ACS and I did not have this issue. The image still shows on ACS because I can see it when booting to HD.
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ended up replacing the device. issue was the HD.
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by:Shark Attack
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devices has been replaced by cisco
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