I am being told that CiscoWorks will take the output of show run and create a text file so you can have a reference to rebuild a config on a switch that has it's config corrupted or if you have to put a config on a replacement switch. It cannot automatically back up configs from our enterprise devices then give us an option to ftp/tftp that backedup config to a switch. I bet to the contrary now have to back it up with an example. Can CiscoWorks do this and how do I do it?
RME will take the latest version of a device's config, and create an entry in the shadow directory. This configs in this directory are designed for human consumption, and can be used for disaster recovery. The shadow directory can be found under NMSROOT\files\rme\dcma on Windows and /var/adm/CSCOpx/files/rme/dcma on Solaris.
RME can also push a config back to a device. You can use the RME Config Editor application to do this. For disaster recovery, use the Merge method of deployment (as opposed to Overwrite).