Removing a local Domain policy from one Global Policy removes that local Domain policy from all other Global Policies
||SmartDomain Manager, Multi-Domain Management
||R70, R71, R75, R76, R77, R77.10, R77.20
|Platform / Model
When Multi-Domain Administrator removes a local Domain policy from the list of candidates for a specific Global Policy, that local Domain policy will not be assigned any Global Policy anymore (i.e., change made in one Global Policy affects all Global Policies).
As a result, next time you reassign a different Global Policy on this Domain, the local policy you had removed from within another Global Policy, will not get the Global Rules anymore.
- Open SmartDomain Manager.
- Go to Global Policies tab.
- Right-click on a Global Policy (e.g., "Policy_A") - select "Assign/Install Global Policy..." - click on Customize... button.
- Go to from the right menu "Assign on".
- Click on [+] near the Domain - remove some local Domain policy.
- Click on Cancel.
- Right-click on another Global Policy (e.g., "Policy_B") - select "Assign/Install Global Policy..." - click on Customize... button.
- Click on [+] near the same Domain - the local Domain policy that was removed previously does not appear anymore.
This is the current design. However, administrator is not warned about such behavior.
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