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HI,We have been trying to make this work and so far not successful.We can get the metadata from the SAML group , but when SAML idp authenticates, the vpn anyconnect client comes back to the login window with a login failed. on the Debug we see no pro...

Hi,From what I've gathered there's approximately no way of exporting the config of the FMC other than the ACLs which I got using the below option:http://archive.dependencyhell.net/2017-07-09-dumping-firepower-acp/So since there's no easy way of getti...

Fred SM by Level 1
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If there a way to delete a loaded configuration of the FMC. I just uploaded a configuration taken from a FMC and loaded it on a new one. Now i want to get rid of it. Any ideas?Thank you

Knassi by Level 1
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Hi All,We had cyber attach due to which my vASA and backup conf of ASA lost for immediate requirement vASA is configured again however with no rules it it and all traffic are allowed.What will be the best way to conf the vASA on the base of logging. ...

Bhardwajp by Level 1
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Hi Folks,In our data center vulnerability scanning from outside we are getting these two infections. we have two FWSM one at the internet gateway and the other internal FWSM. Now the management wants me to trace the source of this infection and stop ...

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rakuntal by Level 1
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When using the FTD migration tool we have inside and outside in ASA, when i create the zones in the tool it does populate the source zone as INSIDE, however destination zone is ANY.Why doesn't the tool assign the rules to the correct OUTSIDE zone?I h...

lanab by Level 1
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