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Posted on 2016-09-19
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Does anyone know if there is a way to encrypt the nsrp password so that it doesn't show in the configuration?  Here are two commands:

set nsrp encrypt password <key>
set nsrp auth password <key>

I would like to prevent the actual password\key from showing in the configuration but doesn't look like there is a way to show the hash value.

thanks in advance, LN
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No, in ScreenOS there is no option to obfuscate more than by hashing.
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Yes, that version doesn't support it.
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