End-of-Life (EoL)
After overriding the values that a device group object inherits from an ancestor device group, you can revert the object to its ancestor values at any time. In the Objects tab, overridden objects have a yellow-overlapping-green icon ( ) in the Name column.
If you want to push ancestor values to all overridden objects instead of reverting a specific object, see Manage Precedence of Inherited Objects. For the steps to override values, see Override inherited object values. For details on object inheritance and overrides, see Device Group Objects.
Revert an Overridden Object
In the Objects tab, select the object type (for example, Objects > Addresses) and select the Device Group that has an override instance of the object.
Select the object, click Revert, and click Yes. The Name column displays a green icon for the object, indicating that it now inherits all values from an ancestor device group.
Click Commit, for the Commit Type select Panorama, and click Commit again.
Click Commit, for the Commit Type select Device Group, select the device group in which you reverted the object, and click Commit again.

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