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S_E_
Advisor

Global Domain Assignment Failed; Blocking validation errors

Hi,

just tried to do a global domain assignment to a new domain(CMA)
Following error appeared:
Global Domain Assignment Failed: xx Blocking validation errors were found
More than 1 object 'server1.example.com' exists
More than 1 object 'server2.example.net' exists

Looking into the 'local domain policy' shows that really multiple entries exists with the same name.

Something like this:

server1.dummyexample.com IP: 10.67.13.12
server1.dummyexample.com IP: 10.67.13.77

server2.dummyexample.net. IP: 10.17.19.12
server2.dummyexample.net. IP: 10.17.19.201

1. I was under impression that the name of an host object must be unique.
Isn't this the case (anymore)?

2. Why does the Global Assignment task recognize that there is an issue with an local policy
and the verifier of local policy does not?

Renaming of the local object names did the trick. However, It looks a litte bit strange to me.

(R80.40)

Regards

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PhoneBoy
Admin
Admin

Having two objects of the same name should not be allowed, but given the two objects can have unique UUIDs, maybe that did happen for some unknown reason.
You’d have to review the audit logs to see how that happened.

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S_E_
Advisor

Hi,

ok,  unfortunately, it looks like that the objects are older than 1 year and therefore no audit log available anymore.

I really miss the feature from R77 (Last modified by...)

Thanks

Regards

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PhoneBoy
Admin
Admin

I know at least at the API level you can see the last modified details (who/when) on any object/rule.
Pretty sure it shows in SmartConsole in the Object Explorer too.

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