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Renaming A Division Acid

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Article ID: 20031

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Issue/Introduction

Question:

When renaming a 7 character division ACID to 8 characters:

  1. Are there any dangers or precautions to renaming a division acid?
  2. Are there any dangers or precautions to increasing it's length from 7 to 8 positions?

Answer:

  1. The acid you are renaming to can't already exist.
  2. No.

Environment

Release: TOPSEC00200-15-Top Secret-Security
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