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Cisco Bug: CSCur47225 - CSM Delete a Device in a VPN toplogy causes "Snapshot generation failed"

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May 20, 2020

Products (1)

  • Cisco Security Manager

Known Affected Releases

4.19(0.212) 4.7(0)

Description (partial)

Deleting any device which is part of an existing VPN topology causes error "Snapshot generation failed" and deployments fail for the rest of the devices involved in the Topology

Found in version 4.7 so far, but could apply to other versions as well after deleting any device which was part of the Topology and that gets deleted. 

We get this Warning while deleting the device: 'Device deletion will invalidate and delete VPN topology'

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<key>CSCur47225</key> - CSM Delete a Device in a VPN toplogy causes &quot;Snapshot generation failed&quot;
Greetings to all of you, ran into this bug today. I'm running a CSM 4.7 installed not three weeks ago, in the status field it says &quot;Fixed&quot;, but the CSM still says &quot;Snapshot Generation Failed&quot;. I was deleting som non-existing firewalls from the CSM, which just happened to be in the VPN-topology, then deploying. Is there anything i'm missing? Anyone knows some kind of workaround or solution?   Sincerely Bo
Latest activity: Mar 18, 2015
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