Learn how to back up the configuration of ProxySG or Advanced Secure Gateway (ASG) appliances, and restore it to the same or different appliance.
Note: This step is required because the appliance secures passwords in the configuration based on a hash generated by this keyring. For more information, see Preserving encrypted passwords during configuration archive and restore.
enable), and then enter configuration mode (
#(config ssl)view keypair configuration-passwords-key
# conf t
#(config ssl) view keypair keyring_name
(If applicable) Repeat the previous steps to create a keyring for the custom SSL keyrings for Decryption or MGMT Service etc, backed up in "Step 3: Save custom SSL certificates installed on the source appliance..." under Back up the source appliance.
If the archive contains policy references to content filter categories, you must configure the SWF or BCIS service and install the SWF/BCIS database.
create ccl bluecoat-appliance
edit ccl bluecoat-appliance ;mode
Note: The Default Proxy Policy (Configuration > Policy > Policy Options) is often not included in the archive. Set it to Allow if that is specified in your configuration.
Because the appliance has been reverted to or is in a default state, you must retrieve the license key.
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This will clear the history and restart the chat.