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Cisco Bug: CSCul29675 - New Authorization rule does not hold customize position

Last Modified

Dec 16, 2014

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  • Cisco Secure Access Control Server Solution Engine

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When creating new authorization rule from 'Access Policies >Access Services >Default Network Access >Authorization' using the 'create below or above' option, it does not hold the customize position after saving it for the first time. 


When we go to 'Access Policies > 	Access Services > 	Default Network Access > 	Authorization' and then create any rule with the option 'create above or create below', it creates the rule accordingly with the 'filter value' shows the row number for the newly created rule on the left. But if we save the rule, then the rule moves to the row number that shows against that and it does not holds the position where we intended to keep the rule. After that we need to use 'move up or down' option to move the rule at the intended position and save it again to keep it that position.

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