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Device Manager image set, but not a valid image file flash:/asdm-512.bin

I am trying to set this new image that I loaded through ASDM version 5.0 and the image name is in my config and I've written it to memory but all i get is the above error message.

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Re: Device Manager image set, but not a valid image file flash:/

Hi,

Are you referring to ASDM new image of ASA image file (pix 7.x)?

Anyway, if it doesn't work, try to re-install the image again via CLI.

a. to load PIX 7.0 image -> copy tftp flash:

b. to load ASDM image -> copy tftp flash:asdm

*make sure the tftp is ready, and probably delete previous loaded file.

Once the installation completed, and after reboot, check the loaded file using 'sh version' command. You can also use 'sh bootvar' command to check system boot properties and which image is loaded to run the unit.

Rgds,

AK

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Re: Device Manager image set, but not a valid image file flash:/

Hi,

Are you referring to ASDM new image of ASA image file (pix 7.x)?

Anyway, if it doesn't work, try to re-install the image again via CLI.

a. to load PIX 7.0 image -> copy tftp flash:

b. to load ASDM image -> copy tftp flash:asdm

*make sure the tftp is ready, and probably delete previous loaded file.

Once the installation completed, and after reboot, check the loaded file using 'sh version' command. You can also use 'sh bootvar' command to check system boot properties and which image is loaded to run the unit.

Rgds,

AK

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Re: Device Manager image set, but not a valid image file flash:/

I did re-install the file and that was my fix but i had to delete the old file first. Now it's working. Thanks!

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