Deleting a policy

If you no longer need a policy, you can delete it. Before you delete a policy, be certain that you no longer need the jobs that are associated with the policy. Before you can delete a policy, you must remove the association between the selection lists and the policy. When you remove the association between selection lists and policies, any active jobs that were associated with the policy will complete and then will be deleted.

To delete a policy

  1. On the navigation bar, click Job Setup.

  2. Select the policy that you want to delete.

  3. Do one of the following:

    If selection lists are associated with the policy:

    Do the following in the order listed:

    • In the task pane, under Policy Tasks, click Delete jobs created by policy.

    • Check the check boxes next to the selection list names to delete all of the jobs created by this policy. Click Yes when prompted to continue.

    • Select the policy again that you want to delete, and then in the task pane, under General Tasks, click Delete.

    • When prompted to continue, click Yes.

    If no selection lists are associated with the policy:

    Under General Tasks on the task pane, click Delete.

  4. Click Yes to confirm that you want to delete this policy.