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Re Importing previously uninstalled ArcSight Activate content

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Hi all!

I recently deleted an activate folder structure (using an old laptop with a terrible trackpad). In order to try and re add the folder structure I attempted a ”re-import”, this failed, so uninstalled the package and associated content packages (Package in question is Symantec Endpoint Protection, and Level 1 Malware Package).

Now all is supposedly uninstalled (via Packages tab, right click uninstal) when I try and re import the product package I get a complete notification within 219ms and the following text:

Packages that don’t need to be imported:

   /All Packages/Arcsight Activate/P-Symantec Endpoint Protection

 

At a loose end with this one, tried reimporting about 10 times just hoping for a different result to no avail!!

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Found the soloution to this was to select files from the resource selctor drop down. Look for P-Symantec Endpoint Protection file and delete it.

Hopefully this helps our anyone with the same issue.

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Commander
Commander

Found the soloution to this was to select files from the resource selctor drop down. Look for P-Symantec Endpoint Protection file and delete it.

Hopefully this helps our anyone with the same issue.

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