A network architect is designing a solution with HP products. A customer has the following requirements for controlling the management access for administrators: Administrators are assigned privileges when they log in based on their identity Security policies related to password complexity and password rotation, like the company's Windows domain policies, are enforced for administrator credentials The company can easily revoke the access of administrator how have the company method Administrator have a backdoor into the management interface in case network connectivity fails in any way Which option meets the company's requirements?
Authentication to a RADIUS server with local authentication as a secondary method
Authentication with a password that meets the complexity requirements and is stored locally on each device
Authentication to local user accounts with TACACS+ authenticates as a secondary method
Authentication to a TACACS+ server
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