Settings could not be saved. Please verify that your connection is working and try again.

trunolimit
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Settings could not be saved. Please verify that your connection is working and try again.

I can save settings in any other merki screen on the dashboard but when I try to save a new group policy I get this error. I have full admin access in the Organization. What gives?

 

I've never ran into this error before. And there's nothing wrong with my connection because I can save changes on other dashboard pages.

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BlakeRichardson
Kind of a big deal

@trunolimit  Try a different web browser and see if you still have the same issue. I have seen browsers to random things on cloud based services i.e. Firefox causes issues with JAMF Cloud 

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MrChips
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I know this is an old thread but in case anyone else is looking for an answer, I found that I got this exact message when I did not fill the subnet info for the Client VPN in. Once I filled that in, the page saved as normal. Why it gives this erroneous and misleading error is a bit of a mystery to me though.

IDV
Here to help

Yesterday it happened again on site-to-site VPN and Traffic Shapping rules. There is no announcement from Meraki about this issue. I tried the workaround presented by MrChips but did not work this time.

Anyone have information regarding it?

 

Thanks.

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