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FAQ-How to Run the Command to Quit the Root User Forcibly on the MA5600

Publication Date:  2012-07-25 Views:  55 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
Q:
When the root user logs in to the MA5600, if the system prompts that the user has logged in, how to run the command to force the login user to log out of the MA5600? 
 
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Handling Process
A:
Log in to the MA5600 as a super user, and then query the status of the login user.
MA5600(config)#display terminal user all
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name       Level    Status  ReenterNum    AppendInfo
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
root          Super    Online         1                  none
hwmusa Debug  Online          1                  none
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Total record(s) number: 2
Enter the diagnosis mode. Run the following command to force the root user to log out of the MA5600.
MA5600(diagnose)%%client kickoff 1
Are you sure to kick the user off?(y/n)[n]:y
The user has been kicked off successfully
Thus, you can log in to the MA5600 as the root user.

Conclusion: Only the super user and the administrator have the authority to disconnect an online user at a lower level. That is, the super user can disconnect the administrator, operator, and common user; the administrator can disconnect only the operator and the common user. 
 
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