Yes. Whatever you said is correct. If the class name includes a slash (/) then it is not possible to rename/delete/cut. ACLM does not support special characters like /,*,% etc, in class names. That is why it is not working.
Could you tell us the reason why you need a slash (/) in the class name? This will give us some inputs.
There's no real need for using special characters in my case. But I was not aware that these were not supported. I simple want to remove them and use another naming convention. Can I modify the ~CSCOpx/objects/aclm/data/groups file to do this? because the GUI doesn't allow me to do so.
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