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how do I rwsstore a backup on ACS

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I cannot find anything on how to resotre a backup file to ACS anyone via cli orGUI?
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1. What is ACS?
2. What platform?
3. How did you back it up?

You know all of this but we as experts may be good but we can't read your mind.
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ACS Access Control Server used for tacacs or radius server for authentication usually to Access Points. I was able to restore the backup using ftp. Apparently, you cannot use TFTP when backing up and restoring files for ACS particularly.. Files can become corrupt.
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ACS Access Control Server used for tacacs or radius server for authentication usually to Access Points. I was able to restore the backup using ftp. Apparently, you cannot use TFTP when backing up and restoring files for ACS particularly.. Files can become corrupt.
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