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ASA dap.xml file

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Created by Caroline Juszczak, last modified by Caroline Juszczak on Jun 28, 2016

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The DAP (Dynamic Access Policies ) configuration of an ASA (v8.0) is stored in a file called dap.xml on the flash memory, not as part of the running config or startup-config file. A normal CatTools Backup activity will not backup this file.

 

To get CatTools to backup this file you need to create a second activity to TFTP the file off your device.

 

Creating a Device.CLI.Send commands activity with the following commands should complete the task.

 

copy disk0:/dap.xml tftp://tftpserver-name/dap.xml

dap.xml

tftpserver-name

%ctDeviceName.%ctDateISO.dap.xml

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