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Re: snmpconf pm issue #23 - policy termination

>   Issue: Jon writes: "There have been extensive discussions about
>   what to happen when a policy terminates. My recollection -
>   with help from David - is that if one wants a policy reset
>   after termination, a lower precedence policy should be in
>   the group that will take over. I have no issue with this as
>   the resolution, only that we need to document that this is
>   how this behavior is achieved."
> How's this text?
> "Note that if it is necessary to take certain actions after a policy is
> no longer active on an element, these actions should be included in a
> lower-precedence policy that is in the same policy group."
> Steve
This is just fine, it does the job nicely.y


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