Which statement describes a feature of AAA in an ASA device?
- Accounting can be used alone.
- Authorization is enabled by default.
- If authorization is disabled, all authenticated users will have a very limited access to the commands.
- Both authorization and accounting require a user to be authenticated first.
Explanation: AAA services (authentication, authorization, and accounting) are disabled by default. Authentication can be used alone or with authorization and accounting. Authorization always requires a user to be authenticated first. Accounting can be used alone, or with authentication and authorization. Authorization controls the services and commands that are available to each authenticated user. If authorization is not enabled, authentication would provide the same access to services for all authenticated users.
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