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|Source: Cisco Tftp|
kConfigThreadCNDelDeviceFileDeleteFailed - Deletion of file for the deleted device from system failure.
FileName: c:\Program Files\Cisco\TFTPpath\Kashmere_Gardens.cnf.xml
App ID: Cisco Tftp
Cluster ID: CM-1A-Cluster
Node ID: 10.99.38.10
Explanation: File for the deleted device could not be deleted from system.
Recommended Action: This is a Windows system call that failed, so ensure that you are using recommended Windows configuration. Start and stop the TFTP service because the file that it is trying to delete might be in use. If you still get this error, collect TFTP service traces and contact TAC.
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