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How different privilege settings apply to different sessions

Sessions opened through the console, Telnet, and secure shell applications share the same privilege setting. However, you can set a different privilege level for each invocation of rsh.

For example, if you set the privilege level to advanced at the console, the advanced commands also become available to an administrator who is connected to the storage system using Telnet.

However, if your privilege level at the console is administrative and, through rsh, another administrator sets the privilege level to advanced, your privilege level at the console remains unchanged.