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Does a User Have the Super User Right After Logging In from the Console Port?

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Does a User Have the Super User Right After Logging In from the Console Port?
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Created Mar 22, 2016 05:29:15

By default, a user that logs in to the switch from the console port has the super user right, which is the highest user right in the system.

If the user configures local authentication and sets a lower user level after logging in from the console port, the user only has the right of the lower user level. If no super user password is configured, the user can run the super command to switch to the super user. If the super user password is configured, the super command does not take effect.

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