can't delete NAT created automaticaly by the ASA Firewall
Recently, we've updated our ASA Cisco Firewall to the following version:
Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance Software Version 9.6(3)1 Device Manager Version 7.7(1)151
With the ASDM, with noticed 2 problems:
1- I've noticed that the ASDM is unusable because of the display. Column user and security group is filled automatically by ASA itself with wrong information and sometimes it changes when refreshing the display (see attached 1st screenshoot)
2- ASA itself create NAT policies automatically in grey at the bottom of all NAT policies. As we don't use anymore the range of ip address in 192.168.35.0/24, I want to delete those policies but ASDM give me an error, like it can't find it(see attached 2nd screenshoot)
And I don't know how to delete them through the CLI
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