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Adding an Admin User Account

Although root access is used for initial configuration of the system, user accounts are used to enter commands and statements at the CLI. Therefore, you must set up an admin account to allow further configuration. You can use a built-in class, such as super-user.

To configure an account for an administrative user:

  1. Create an account for an administrative user.

    For example:

  2. Set the class for the administrative user to the login class that you created.

    For example:

  3. Specify the name of the administrative user.
  4. Set the CLI editing level to expert.
  5. (Optional) Specify that a space be used for command completion.
  6. Verify that the configuration for the administrative user is correct.
  7. Set the password of the user.

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