Cisco ACS - disable TACACS process on one member of cluster

Is it possible to stop/disable tacacs on a member of a Cisco ACS cluster? I would like our reporting and monitoring server to NOT be able to respond to tacacs requests. Is it possible to stop that? What is the process?

Is it possible to make this disablement persistent so that if this ACS cluster member reboots, tacacs remains disabled when it comes back up?
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amigan_99Network EngineerAsked:
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Craig BeckCommented:
Not as far as I know.  You could just not point any devices at it for TACACS though.
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amigan_99Network EngineerAuthor Commented:
Thanks Craig. The trick is I have many many *many* devices pointing in part to this oft problematic off-maintenance  device. And I'm in a no change period. Ho ho ho. :-)
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