I had this issue with the service objects. When I created the fliter for the service objects also the CSM predefined objects are displayed. I selected all these objects and choose to delete them. During the delete process CSM stopped to delete the objects by the first CSM predefined object.
I think you have the same issue (for example with the predefined "any" object, if not referenced in your polocies).
- apply filter again and delete the displayed objects (deselect the predefined objects before).
Under the predefined objects I mean objects that come out of the box with Cisco CSM. You can see the difference in the showed icons of these objects. Your defined objects shows an additional pencil in the icon, the predefined don't show the pencil. Refer to the any object and to an object you created yourself.
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