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ASA5505 Error when reload to factory defaults

Posted on 2008-06-14
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I have an asa5505 that im using as my guinne pig for now. Trying to learn how to use it. I want to start all over so i  try to rest (config factory-default) and i get this error. How do I fix this?


ERROR: Access-list ABCD_splitTunnelAcl is attached  to class-map, route-map,
username, group-policy, distribute-list, multicast  or wccp subsystem.
Please remove the relevant configuration before removing the access-list.

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conf t
wr erase
confirm [Y]

reload

will erase the config and the reload will restart the device.
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