"Scope is corrupt"

isaacnelson
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Has anyone seen this before? I'm seeing it on several policies this morning that I had scoped to all computers and limited to a few LDAP groups each. When I go in to look at the policy the scope is now "specific computers" with no targets, but the LDAP group limitations are intact. No idea what would have caused it.

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isaacnelson
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Well, I think I found why they're saying they're corrupt. Looking back at these policies in my testing lane, I actually did have them set to "Specific Computers" and had them scoped to some smart groups along with the LDAP group limitations, and the smart groups have disappeared from my production lane somehow. Still don't know why πŸ˜•

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isaacnelson
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Well, I think I found why they're saying they're corrupt. Looking back at these policies in my testing lane, I actually did have them set to "Specific Computers" and had them scoped to some smart groups along with the LDAP group limitations, and the smart groups have disappeared from my production lane somehow. Still don't know why πŸ˜•

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