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Policy push

Hi All,
I have been pushing out a remote management policy to workstations and been having issues with workstations that are marked as retired.
I have marked the retired workstations in the zcm as retired (grey arrow).
And we have groups setup in which different machine type reside.
The retired workstation appear in the different groups but they are not marked as retired, so the policy is being pushed to retired workstations.
Is there away to mark the retired workstations in the sub groups or do they only show in the root zcm window?
Or do I have manually move them to totally separate group all together?


Thanx

Julian
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