AMA: How to Disable a Policy

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"Inside the Policies component - how can I disable a policy? For example there is a policy component around physical security that doesn't apply to my company, so I wanted to make it 'NA'."

--Question from Chris on the J1 Community Slack

 

Answer from Jayson Jensen, Solutions Architect

Hi Chris. When you first navigate to the Physical Security procedure there is an adopted flag that is green. To un-adopt, select edit, then uncheck the “is adopted?” box. Finally, click Update Metadata  and close out of the control. 

 

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