Site-To-Site VPN Connection Profiles

On our ASA, there were 4 connection profiles.  After adding one, the other 4 disappeared.  One of those 4 tunnels we use on a daily basis.  I have tried to recreate the missing profile, but it says it already exist.  I can't find the profile anywhere.  I am using the java interface.

What am I overlooking?  Is there a way to restore the hidden(?)/deleted connection profiles?
GubbioAsked:
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JustInCaseCommented:
Is there a way to restore the hidden(?)/deleted connection profiles?
Check your startup configuration
# sh start
if you did not save changes maybe connections are still there.
If connections are still there you just need to reload router (but don't save changes before reload)!!!
# reload
If it is not there, check are there some backup configurations on flash (or if you have backups on some TFTP or FTP server)
# sh flash
That can be a lot of information in some cases, so I use
# copy flash:?
 little trick that I discovered to narrow search
:)
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JustInCaseCommented:
You can also see configs on flash (if there are any) using
more flash://<file name>
if you have tftp
more tftp://<path to file>
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GubbioAuthor Commented:
When I added the the new Connection profile, I gave it the wrong id and mapped to the wrong interface.
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GubbioAuthor Commented:
When I added the the new Connection profile, I gave it the wrong id and mapped to the wrong interface.
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