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SmartMove Cisco ASA to Checkpoint without layers

I'm converting an ASA verision 9.2 policy to CheckPoint using SmartMove.  It has create the new policy as a layered one, which I understand.  However, let's say, for whatever reason, I want a flat policy.  It seems this could be as simple as importing the SmartMove objects and policy per the provided instructions, and then copying/pasting the rules into another policy.  Am I missing something?  

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Re: SmartMove Cisco ASA to Checkpoint without layers

If you cannot/want to use inline layers, just pull out rules from inline layers to policy, simple copy/past and then you just remove rule with Inline layer..there is no way how to force SmartMove to not create inline layers.

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Re: SmartMove Cisco ASA to Checkpoint without layers

Thanks Martin. I figured it should be that simple, but was afraid I was missing a piece.
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