If your devices have custom username and password prompts, Resource Manager Essentials (RME) will have problems to telnet to these devices being unable to recognize the prompts. This is often the case when you are using TACACS prompts. Follow the steps below to edit the TacacsPrompts.ini file to make your prompts recognizable.
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Complete these steps to make your prompts recognizable:
Open the $PX_DATADIR/objects/cmf/data/TacacsPrompts.ini file. $PX_DATADIR is the folder where you installed CiscoWorks.
OS Default installation folder Unix /opt/CSCOpx Windows c:\programfiles\CSCOpx
The file displays all default TACACS prompts that RME recognizes:
[TELNET] USERNAME_PROMPT=Username:,username:,login: PASSWORD_PROMPT=Password:,password:,passwd:
Add your custom prompts to the file, separated by commas. This example shows adding "TACACS User Name:" and "TACACS Password:" prompts respectively:
[TELNET] USERNAME_PROMPT=Username:,username:,login:,TACACS User Name: PASSWORD_PROMPT=Password:,password:,passwd:,TACACS Password:
Save the file.
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