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You can not do content filtering with ASA firewalls with IOS. You will need to buy a content filtering solution, or sign up for a inexpensive content filtering with OpenDNS.org. This is a good content filtering basic system with white and black listing capability.
ASA's log is usualy stored localy on ASA itself, so easiest way to export that log is to go with telnet/ssh/console on it, do a command : show logging and copy/paste output into a new file.
but beware - this log is really short and as soon as ASA is rebooted - it's gone.
you could set asa to log to a syslog server (free on linux/freebsd or for windows use KIWI app).
that way all ASA log output is stored on pc/server running your syslog server.
1. Copy the config and IOS image to a tftp server. 2. Format flash (disk0) 3. set rommon server, ip addy, and file settings. 4. tftpdnld 5. Once the system has booted to the image copy the asa image file, asdm image file, and config to flash 6. configure asdm image default location and reload