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Is it possible to upload a configuration file to a Cisco 2960-S Switch using the USB adapter??
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Which USB are you talking about? On the USB console port (the one marked with the blue line), no, it is a pure serial port with no file transfer capability (apart from cut&paste). There is second USB port, though, left of the console port. It will allow you to copy a config file from a USB stick to your startup config with something like this:

copy usbflash0:myconfig.txt startup-config
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