Cisco Bug: CSCul58898 - Removing a Global Policy results in Default Policy set on Policy Sets
May 22, 2014
- Cisco Virtual Network Management Center
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Symptom: After deleting a global policy, policy sets inheriting the global policy are found to use the 'default global policy'. Conditions: When removing a VNMC Global Policy assigned to a Tenant Policy Set, the user is prompted "Do you want to deleted this policy Yes/No". When the user answers Yes, the Default Global Policy replaces the Global Policy on policy sets. No warning is generated to indicate such a change has occurred.
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