MurphyBell
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Protection group

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Please can you help me with this as all option for me to edit protection group are grayed out.

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basher
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There are a number of possible reasons why the option is grayed out:

1. You are not connected to both SRM servers or one of the SRM servers is not responding

2. You do not have permissions to edit a protection group.

3. The protection group is a state that does not allow modification - e.g. it is recovered or in test. Please check all plans that this group is part of. They all need to be in "Ready to Recover" state.

Stefan

Director - VMware Site Recovery Manager

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basher
VMware Employee
VMware Employee

There are a number of possible reasons why the option is grayed out:

1. You are not connected to both SRM servers or one of the SRM servers is not responding

2. You do not have permissions to edit a protection group.

3. The protection group is a state that does not allow modification - e.g. it is recovered or in test. Please check all plans that this group is part of. They all need to be in "Ready to Recover" state.

Stefan

Director - VMware Site Recovery Manager

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MurphyBell
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Now that I  have the service running. I can now edit other protection groups, but only one can not be edited or even delete it.

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basher
VMware Employee
VMware Employee

This means you are most likely hitting issue #3. Can you please check the plans this groups belongs to?

Stefan

Director - VMware Site Recovery Manager
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MurphyBell
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Thank you again,

I have checked the plans and I don't even have any of the machines it. I have also deleted it.

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MurphyBell
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Thanks that has worked successfully.

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