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Cisco ASA - how to delete trustpoint name/ Key pair

Posted on 2013-12-27
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I am in the process of swapping out my ASA with a spare.  I imported my running config from my original ASA onto my spare ASA and the only thing that didn't come over was my cert for my remote access vpn.

I exported my cert from my original ASA which had a trustpoint of VPN_TP_Sep2013.

When I try to import this to my replacement ASA using the TP name VPN_TP_Sep2013, I get "error: a keypair name VPN_TP_Sep2013 already exist"  import failed.

Is there a way for me to remove or delete the Keypair name so I can import this cert on my replacement ASA?
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figured it out...

command is as follows:

(config)# crypto key zeroize RSA label VPN_TP_Sep2013

Once it was removed i was able to import the cert using the VPN_TP_Sep2013 trustpoint.
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