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SonicWall SRA 4200 Delete Button for Local  Group Gray Out

Posted on 2011-02-11
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Hi;

I don't know why, there should be a delete button (X) in Configure column of Local Groups, but it is gray out.  May be I configure some wrong, therefore this button one or two particular group gray out.  Other groups are OK.

Also, in the Local Groups | Policies, I added a couple of Network Objects which are allowed to be accessed by users, except these objects; no others resources should be allowed.  In this scenario, do I need to add another policy below them to deny all ip address?
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those group are created with the portal.  as long as the portal exists, you will not be able to delete the group.  also, some are system groups and can't be deleted.

you need to create a Deny All rule along with your permit objects to ONLY allow those two objects.
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