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Default policy loaded after indefinite power off

Question asked by Xavier Koenig on May 9, 2018
Latest reply on May 12, 2018 by Dameon Welch Abernathy

Hello Checkmates, was hoping someone could shed some knowledge on my issue. We have been doing a multi-site deployment including high availability pairs of 3200's and 5100/5400's, and it seems that if a device stays powered off for longer than a week a default policy is loaded on each device and must be unloaded before finishing the configuration. My current process is to IP the devices, load a local license, set static routes, then ship them to their destination. Once on site I establish SIC and push policy from our management server. This wouldn't be much of an issue, but we are shipping these devices across the US and I am forced to rely on various local techs to connect to them through a putty session to accomplish this. 


My question is this: could my issue be a known bug or feature, and if so, are there any commands that exist to disable the auto-policy? Thanks in advance!