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Armando_Gomez_Barrio
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$ sign on the console

hi, my name is Armando from CDMX,

 

I have a doubt,

 

regurlay you enter the cli and you see, for example FG100D #

 

Today enter the CLI and I see FG100D $

 

They know because the $ sign replaces the #,

 

Regards,

Armando Gómez
Armando Gómez
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emnoc
Esteemed Contributor III

In my experience, any  user not using  super_admin access profile  will have the $.

 

Execute the cmd cli

 "get sys admin  list"

 

And confirm the role 

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Armando_Gomez_Barrio

hi,

 

the result is the following

 

FG100D $ get system admin list

username   local           device                                    vdom     profile        remote                           started humberto.mejia ssh      port3:102.15.204.236:55        root     prof_admin   102.15.214.181:57828   2017-06-02 09:56:31

regards.

 

Armando Gómez
Armando Gómez
emnoc
Esteemed Contributor III

Will your access is prof_admin and not super_admin, did some one change your accessprofile for  you username?

 

Did you restored a old cfg where you maybe where "prof_admin" ?

 

 

By default prof_admin CAN NOT ADD new administrators. So I'm sure some one downgraded your access permissions.

 

 

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