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how to move objects from root to sub-org and vice versa.

On every object, when I right click, I see copy option. What is the use of it ?

I need to move few policies from root to sub-org.

Is deleting the policies and creating is the only option ?

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how to move objects from root to sub-org and vice versa.

Shyam,

I did not find a way to move the object but I think I  have heard of it, I just cant find what I heard/read.  What do you need  to move? A service profile?  If so, what you can do is create a clone  and it will ask you where you want to move it.

CLONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! .PNG

CREATE CLOSE SUBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB   .PNG

For policies and other stuff, the Copy does not do anything. It looks like that "Copy" is there by default.  You can actually go to a memory DIMM in the server inventory, right click it and delete... nothing will happen.

-Kenny

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how to move objects from root to sub-org and vice versa.

Shyam,

I did not find a way to move the object but I think I  have heard of it, I just cant find what I heard/read.  What do you need  to move? A service profile?  If so, what you can do is create a clone  and it will ask you where you want to move it.

CLONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! .PNG

CREATE CLOSE SUBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB   .PNG

For policies and other stuff, the Copy does not do anything. It looks like that "Copy" is there by default.  You can actually go to a memory DIMM in the server inventory, right click it and delete... nothing will happen.

-Kenny

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how to move objects from root to sub-org and vice versa.

was trying to move vNic templates from root to sub-org.

Thanks for the response.

how to move objects from root to sub-org and vice versa.

Sure, anytime

-Kenny

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