What global configuration command secures the startup configuration from being erased from non-volatile random-access memory (NVRAM)?
A. No Service Erase Startup
C. Secure Boot-config
E. There is no way to stop the startup file from being erased
To take a snapshot of the router running configuration and securely archive it in persistent storage, use the secure boot-config command in global configuration mode. Like the image, the configuration archive is hidden and cannot be viewed or removed directly from the command-line interface (CLI) prompt. It is recommended that you run this command after the router has been fully configured to reach a steady state of operation and the running configuration is considered complete for a restoration, if required.
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