ASA 5505 Factory Default with ASDM

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Nov 18th, 2007
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When I try to set my 5505 to factory default using ASDM, it goes all the way through, then at the very end asks for a username and password. The title of the window box is "Enter Network Username and Password", created by a Java process; which I assume is the ASDM.


Question is, what is this? EVERYTHING I enter (even leaving it blank) kicks it back. I cannot reset my 5505 back to Factory Default using ASDM it seems.


Any thoughts? Also, is the "reset" button on the back not any good for factory default resets?


Thanks all!

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JORGE RODRIGUEZ Sun, 11/18/2007 - 20:49
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do it through command line, console to asa and issue the following:


go to enable mode


ciscoasa(config)# configure fatory-default

ciscoasa(config)#exit

ciscoasa#write mem


then reboot or


ciscoasa(config)#write erase


then reboot


rate any helpful posts


HTH

Jorge


interknox Sun, 11/18/2007 - 21:48
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Thanks Jorge.


I actually discovered it after several hours of "trying things". What it's looking for is the default "enable_15" password, without a username. So "username" is blank and "password" was the one I had set for "enable_15".


Hope this helps others.

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