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    Ok, now apply a blank IT policy

    Or use the regisrty method and delete the IT policy from there.

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    i created a new policy isn't the new policy is blank already?

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    Well only add the wipe device remove it policy with nothing else, then add that.

    Or maybe I'm not following you on what's going on, can you detail what you did step by step?

    That would help

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    I did make the wipe device remove it policy TRUE on the new policy that i just created...oh well i'll use these steps from here

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    Ya that was my next suggestion. Sorry you couldn't get that to work with the IT policy change.

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