Well, typical story here. IT person keeps all "enable" passwords to themselves then melts down and quits. All appliances slowly but surely figured out and enable passwords recovered without any config losses.
The Cisco SCA is a major brain killer. It is in use, not a single config backed up off it to a TFTP server, certificates unknown, configuration unknown, etc.
Cisco says that only wiping the configuration back to default is the answer to getting access to the appliance.
This is not the answer I want to settle for though.
Anyone out there have any guesses or experience with getting into this device? I, of course, have physical access to it in my network room but the city services would suffer if I had to wipe it.
I can only let it just run "as-is" unless I find a way to get into the appliance without wiping it....