CiscoSecure ACS 2.4 for Windows NT User Guide
About This User Guide
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About This User Guide
Document Organization and Conventions
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This section discusses the objectives, audience, and organization of the CiscoSecure ACS 2.4 for Windows NT Server User Guide.
The objective of this document is to help you configure and use the CiscoSecure Access Control Server (CiscoSecure ACS) 2.4 software and its features and utilities.
This publication was written for system administrators who are using the CiscoSecure ACS software and are responsible for setting up and maintaining accounts and dial-in network security.
Table 1: Document Organization
Table 2: Document Conventions
You will need the documentation for your network access server (NAS). You might also want to consult Cisco Systems' Internetworking Terms and Acronyms publication.
Your CiscoSecure ACS also includes three quick reference cards to help you quickly install the software.
You should also read the README.TXT file and any release notes for additional important information.
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