I find configuring the CSS to be a pretty slow process in that everything is contextual. And it is always asking you to confirm your actions. For example
"add service foo"
..results in Create service <foo>, [y/n]
Is there a way to turn off these annoying speed bumps? When you have hundreds of services and content rules to configure this is ridiculous. IOS doesn't make you do that when you say want to configure an interface or a route map.
Also - pasting configuration into the CSS often fails because it gets overloaded. Is there a way to make the CSS more amenable to receiving pasted config(from say Windows putty ssh to its console port)?
And lastly - can you just create a flat file configuration outside of the CSS and copy it to the CSS?
Any tips on speeding the configuration are most appreciated.
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