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Cisco ACS 3415 - making a bootable USB

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I need to downgrade the Cisco ACS from 5.8 to 5.4. So following the installation instructions one method is to use USB.
Cisco seems to specify that linux must be used to create the bootable USB. I've made Linux bootable USBs from Windows
boot utilities in the past (pendrive perhaps it was called?) Anyhow I need to know if anyone's used Windows to create the
boot USB for Cisco ACS and that this worked out ok. Thank you!

The Cisco support site http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/net_mgmt/cisco_secure_access_control_system/5-4/installation/guide/csacs_book/csacs_ins_acs_in_ucs.html#22569
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I use UNetBootIn or ISO to USB to create the installer.
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I've only used it for Windows, but Rufus should do it.
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Thanks much gentlemen.
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