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R2306-hp 6125xlg blade switch security configuration guide.
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(Optional.) Configure
authorization attributes for
the local user.
(Optional.) Configure
password control attributes
for the local user.
(Optional.) Assign the
local user to a user group.
Configuring user group attributes
User groups simplify local user configuration and management. A user group comprises a group of local
users and has a set of local user attributes. You can configure local user attributes for a user group to
implement centralized user attributes management for the local users in the group. Local user attributes
that are manageable include authorization attributes.
By default, every newly added local user belongs to the default user group system and bears all attributes
of the group. To assign a local user to a different user group, use the user-group command in local user
To configure user group attributes:
authorization-attribute { acl
acl-number | idle-cut minute |
user-role role-name | vlan vlan-id |
work-directory directory-name } *
Set the password aging time:
password-control aging
Set the minimum password
password-control length length
Configure the password
composition policy:
password-control composition
type-number type-number
[ type-length type-length ]
group group-name
The following default settings apply:
No authorization ACL, idle
timeout period, or authorized
VLAN is configured for local
FTP, SFTP, or SCP users are
authorized access to the root
directory of the device, but they
do not have the access
The network-operator user role is
assigned to local users that are
created by a network-admin or
level- 1 5 user.
For LAN users, only the settings for
acl, idle-cut, and vlan take effect.
For Telnet and terminal users, only
the setting for user-role takes effect.
For SSH and FTP users, only the
settings for user-role and
work-directory take effect.
For other types of local users, no
authorization attribute takes effect.
By default, the local user uses
password control attributes of the
user group to which the local user
Only device management users
support the password control
By default, a local user belongs to the
default user group system.



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