PS: I'm using ASDM 6.0 and the Tools->Command Line Interface option.
Instead of trying to do it via the java command line interface (which will only accept one input, hence the errors you are getting), you can either
1) Go to TOOLS -> Backup Configurations
2) telnet/SSH into the firewall, enter privileged mode and enter the following commands
copy run tftp:
You will need a valid, reachable TFTP server that your firewall can dump its configuration to.
3) telnet/SSH into the firewall, enber privileged mode, enable logging on your terminal program and enter the following command
hit space at the pagination points until you reach the end, save your log, then use a text editor to remove the embedded spaces and save the config as a text file.
Once you've successfulyl backed up your config, issue the command
to erase your existing startup configuration, then reload the device to restore it to the defaults.
NOTE: Once you have issued the write erase command and reloaded, you WILL need to be connected via a console cable - you will NOT be able to use ASDM to configure the device until you've put at least a basic interface and access configuration on one physical interface. If you issue this command and lose conenctivity without being able to connect to the console port, I accept no responsibility for the consequences!
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