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Removing a local Domain policy from one Global Policy removes that local Domain policy from all other Global Policies
Symptoms
  • 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).

    Example:

    1. Open SmartDomain Manager.
    2. Go to Global Policies tab.
    3. Right-click on a Global Policy (e.g., "Policy_A") - select "Assign/Install Global Policy..." - click on Customize... button.
    4. Go to from the right menu "Assign on".
    5. Click on [+] near the Domain - remove some local Domain policy.
    6. Click on Cancel.
    7. Right-click on another Global Policy (e.g., "Policy_B") - select "Assign/Install Global Policy..." - click on Customize... button.
    8. Click on [+] near the same Domain - the local Domain policy that was removed previously does not appear anymore.
    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.

Cause

This is the current design. However, administrator is not warned about such behavior.


Solution
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