troubleshooting Question

Unable to login to the web interface of CSC SSM-10 Secuirity Module on my ASA 5510

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I have a Cisco ASA 5510 with the ASA-SSM-CSC-10-K9 Security Services Module. I can successfully logon to the ASA from both the CLI and the ASDM. I can successfully logon to the CSC SSM-10 using the CLI interface & the ASDM.

I CANNOT logon to the CSC SSM-10 web management interface. I see the logon page with no problems however when I enter my CSC SSM-10 password (which works fine from the CLI and the ASDM) it simply returns to the logon page as if I have entered an incorrect password. My understanding is that the CSC SSM-10 password should be the same whether I'm using the CLI, ASDM or web management interface. My subscription has expired however I should still be able to use the device with the knowledge that signatures will not be updated.

As a side note the CSC SSM-10 module is displaying some odd behavior. When I change a value in the CSC SSM-10 module using the CLI OR the ASDM I can successfully enter new values but then when I refresh the interface the old values are still there. This is the output that I am seeing:

cp: unable to remove `/etc/network.conf': Read-only file system                
cp: unable to remove `/etc/network.conf': Read-only file system                
cp: unable to remove `/etc/network.conf': Read-only file system                
/opt/trend/isvw/bin/setup.bin: line 1307: /etc/resolv.conf: Read-only file system                                                                              
/opt/trend/isvw/bin/setup.bin: line 1308: /etc/resolv.conf: Read-only file system                                                                              
/opt/trend/isvw/bin/setup.bin: line 1275: /etc/hosts: Read-only file system    
/opt/trend/isvw/bin/setup.bin: line 1276: /etc/hosts: Read-only file system    
/opt/trend/isvw/bin/setup.bin: line 1277: /etc/hostname: Read-only file system  
keytool error: java.lang.Exception: Key pair not generated, alias <tomcat> already exists                                                                      
cp: unable to remove `/opt/trend/isvw/config/mail/imss.ini': Read-only file system                                                                              
cp: unable to remove `/opt/trend/isvw/config/mail/imss.ini': Read-only file system                                                                              
cp: unable to remove `/opt/trend/isvw/config/mail/imss.ini': Read-only file system                                                                              
cp: unable to remove `/opt/trend/isvw/config/web/intscan.ini': Read-only file system                                                                            
cp: unable to remove `/opt/trend/isvw/config/web/intscan.ini': Read-only file system                                                                            
cp: unable to remove `/opt/trend/isvw/config/web/intscan.ini': Read-only file system                                                                            
cp: unable to remove `/opt/trend/isvw/config/web/urlf.ini': Read-only file system                                                                              
cp: unable to remove `/opt/trend/isvw/config/web/urlf.ini': Read-only file system                                                                              
cp: unable to remove `/opt/trend/isvw/config/web/urlf.ini': Read-only file system                                                                              
cp: unable to remove `/opt/trend/isvw/config/mail/imss.ini': Read-only file system                                                                              
cp: unable to remove `/opt/trend/isvw/config/web/intscan.ini': Read-only file system                                                                            
cp: unable to remove `/opt/trend/isvw/config/web/urlf.ini': Read-only file system                                                                              
cp: unable to remove `/opt/trend/isvw/config/web/urlf.ini': Read-only file system                                                                              
chmod: /opt/trend/isvw/config/mail/imss.ini: Read-only file system              
chown: /opt/trend/isvw/config/mail/imss.ini: Read-only file system              
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