Sure you can login to the CLI and post your previous configs considering that the new ASA has the same licences and modules as the previous ASA. Otherwise some modifiction must be done to acoomedicate the changes.
You did mention that you are using a Laptop. Most laptops these days do not have a serial port. If your does not then you will need a Serial to USB adapter. You would then need to know the COM port assiged to your console cable.
I am connected to the terminall session through (putty and console cable) to the new ASA already from my laptop
My question is can i upload the config file using console terminal session from the config file which is on the laptop hard drive without using "copy tftp: running-config" or copy ftp: running-config".
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