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Deleting VPN Group Policies in ASDM 7

A bit of a Catch-22 here: I am trying to delete VPN Group Policies but receive the error message that the policy is in use by a particular Connection Profile. When I try to delete the Connection Profile I receive the message that it is in use by a VPN Group Policy..

What else is there to delete or do I have to use the CLI?

Thank you in advance!

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You don't have (and won't be able)  to delete  connection profile, but you should remove your grop policy from the connection profile.

I.e. from cli:

tunnel-group SOME_GROUP general-attributes

no default-group-policy SOME_GP


After that, group policy can be deleted as you wish, as long as it not used somewhere else.

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You don't have (and won't be able)  to delete  connection profile, but you should remove your grop policy from the connection profile.

I.e. from cli:

tunnel-group SOME_GROUP general-attributes

no default-group-policy SOME_GP


After that, group policy can be deleted as you wish, as long as it not used somewhere else.

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Thanks, Andrew. I used the CLI like you suggested.

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thanks 

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I realize this thread is extremely old.  However, if you want to do this via GUI you can click the Group Policy and select the Assign Button.  From there uncheck the Public IP that is selected.  

 

Now, you can delete the group policy, and then the connection profile.  Apply and you're good to go!

 

Hope this helps!

JB

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